Vale of White Horse

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The following Vale of White Horse Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Abbey Fishponds Nature Reserve

 

www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/public-site/vale-white-horse-walks

Distance (miles)5
Overview

'A walk exploring the hills, woods and villages to the south-west of Oxford.'

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Oxfordshire County Council

www.faringdon.org/faringdon-walk-cards.html

Overview

'Faringdon is set in lovely countryside, around which there are many walks and cycle rides. A group of volunteers from Faringdon have produced a set of 8 walk cards, with walks ranging from 4 - 7 miles, including Badbury Clump, Great Coxwell, Wicklesham, Hatford and Radcot ... '

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Faringdon Community Website

See also

Faringdon Circular Walk [Oxfordshire County Council] (PDF)

corporate.thameswater.co.uk/About-us/Community/Great-days-out/Recreati...

Overview

'The four-mile walk around the reservoir offers views of the water, woodland paths, Thames riverside meadows and nature reserves ... We have recently built a trail suitable for wheelchairs, which links our accessible bird hide at Pinkhill Meadow with the hide at nearby Shrike Meadow ...'

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Thames Water

www.gps-routes.co.uk/routes/home.nsf/RoutesLinksWalks/lambourn-valley-...

Distance (miles)22
Overview

'The walk starts at the Bronze age fort at Uffington Castle and heads south, following the River Lambourn through Lambourn, Boxford and Speen before a lovely stretch along the Kennet and Avon Canal takes you into Newbury.'

See also

Lambourn Valley Way - A Walk from the Whitehorse Hill to Newbury [West Berkshire Council] (PDF 'Document')

letcombebrook.org.uk/index.php/walking-trails/

Overview

'The Letcombe Brook, much loved by local people, is a chalk stream that runs from Letcombe Regis to East Hanney, providing water for local use today. It is home to protected species such as white-clawed crayfish and water voles. Chalk streams are globally rare, so the Letcombe Brook Project was set up in April 2003 to enhance and protect the natural beauty of the Brook.'

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Visit Southern Oxfordshire

www.marchamsociety.org.uk/jubilee.php

Overview

'In the autumn of 2003, members of the Marcham Society built and repaired bridges and installed gates and signs in order to open up 5 miles of permitted paths ... There is a printed leaflet showing a full map of the paths and three self-guided walks ... or you can view a colour map of the Jubilee Walks.'

Description from

Marcham Society

www.ramblers-oxon.org.uk/thevaleway/valeway.htm

Distance (miles)27
Overview

'Connecting the three market towns of Abingdon, Wantage and Faringdon ... Two other important Trails or recreational paths in Oxfordshire will be connected by the Vale Way, namely, the Thames Path at Abingdon, and the d'Arcy Dalton Way at Longcot.'

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Vale of White Horse Ramblers

www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/wantage-circular-walks

Overview

'Using the historic town of Wantage as a base, explore the villages of the Vale of White Horse on foot and enjoy wonderful views of the countryside along the way'.

Route 1 - 9 miles;  Route 2 - 5 miles;  Route 3 - 7 miles.

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Oxfordshire County Council

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