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The Cotswold Hills are a range running through Gloucestershire into Oxfordshire and Warwickshire. They cover about 50 miles from Bath in a northeasterly direction. The average height of the peaks is around 500 feet, with some reaching more than a thousand feet. The width of the range varies from 6 to 28 miles. The hills separate the lower River Severn from the Thames. The rivers have been connected by a canal through Stroud Vale.

Interesting towns in the hills are Cheltenham, Stroud, Gloucester, Chipping Camden, Chipping Norton, Chippingham, Evesham, and Broadway.