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Area: Oxfordshire

Talking Trail  'Follow a 2km trail through the woods and grassland at Aston Rowant and admire the 6 eye-catching sculptures along it. These were designed by local artists in collaboration ...
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'Our recommended walks include full route descriptions and clear Ordnance Survey mapping ... We'll be adding more in the weeks to come ...'


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Category West Oxfordshire

'The HF's origins can be traced back to 13-16 June 1891, when T. Arthur Leonard took some 30 men from the Social Guild of Colne Congregational Church, at which he was the Minister, for a holiday at ...
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Category Oxford

'Typically ranging in distance from three to twelve miles, and gentle to moderate in pace (approximately 2-2.5 miles per hour) these walks are a delightful way to share with others an enjoyment of ...
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Category Oxford

'The OXFORD group meets mainly on the FIRST SATURDAY of the month for a fairly easy eight-mile circular walk. Note that during the months of June to September BERKS hold not only their regular thir ...
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Category Oxford

'Please remember to keep to the footpaths and shut gates behind you and remember that dogs should be kept on leads in woodlands likely to be used for rearing game, in the vicinity of farm animals a ...
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'The Botanic Garden was founded in 1621 with a mission "To promote the furtherance of learning and to glorify nature". In the almost 400 years since then, although many people and plants h ...
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Category Oxford

'The manor house the Dormer family occupied for some 250 years has long since vanished, but many features of historic interest remain. These can be seen on the Trail, which has been designed by the ...
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'Inspired by the life and legacy of C.S. Lewis, the C.S. Lewis Foundation is dedicated to advancing the renewal of Christian thought and creative expression throughout the world of learnin ...
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Category Oxford

'... Route 2 runs to the north-west of Charlbury, following the pretty Evenlode valley and uses a section of the Oxfordshire Way [4 miles]. The railway station at Charlbury, built by Isamb ...
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Category West Oxfordshire

One of a number of Trails developed within the Garden ...


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Category Oxford

'The walk, which has two alternative Oxford start points, climbs the gentle hills overlooking Oxford's dreaming spires and passes through the steep Chilswell Valley, running alongside a miniature l ...
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'It is thought that the name came about because of the abundance of holly trees which grew in the area. Today, Christmas trees are grown here commercially so the connection is maintained. The route ...
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'Discover gushing mill streams and picturesque flood meadows, walk along an industrial canal and a working river, watch leisure boating and competitive rowing. Look for evidence in the names of nei ...
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Category Oxford

'We raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support ... by encouraging walkers to obtain sponsorship from friends, relations and work colleagues and also from profit on our publications. So far w ...
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Category Cherwell

'Walking around Deddington is not the same as walking round Deddington. For some years after I retired I walked round Deddington and it was a pleasant if not very taxing exercise, ...
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Category Cherwell

'By following the trail along the footpaths around the boundary of the Abbey precinct, you will retrace the steps of the mediaeval monks. Cairns and further information boards on the way will tell ...
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Category West Oxfordshire

There is also a Route 1 (4 miles) and a Route 3 (6 miles).


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Category West Oxfordshire

'Most walks start from Faringdon and are circular. Each walk has a map and clear instructions to follow, together with guidance on the countryside code and contact information. The walks have been ...
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'Surrounded by beautiful countryside with woodland views, and the River Thames nearby, there is plenty to do around the reservoir. Activities range from countryside walks, birdwatching, trout fly-f ...
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'As a part of the celebrations for Oxfordshire's 1000th birthday, BBC Oxford and the Countryside Service demonstrated the rich history and value of the county's countryside by lea ...
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Category West Oxfordshire

'The walk is not possible after dark (no lighting, and Parks are locked at night) ... Just about negotiable by pushchairs that can be folded (a bit bumpy), but not wheelchairs ... The ground can be ...
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Category Oxford

'One of the most important Jewish communities in medieval England, it's thought that Jews may have arrived in Oxfordshire as early as 1080, when a man called Manassess is mentioned in the Domesday ...
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Category Oxford

'The terrain is generally easy going, but there is a gradual drop in height totalling 560 feet from west to east. The Lambourn Downs can be bleak in winter, contrasting with the more sheltered vall ...
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[1] The Letcombe Brook flows through the heart of the village of Grove ... This short walk helps you discover some of the natural, historic, and interesting features along the bro ...
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'For those new to Oxford, it provides a good introduction to the city, eleven waymarkers of historic interest and glimpses of a host of well-known landmarks that might encourage a further visit. Th ...
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Category Oxford

'The majority of the buildings featured here can be visited. There may be a small charge to visit some of these buildings at certain times.'


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Category Oxford

[1] The Golden Compass Trail - - - : [2] The Inspector Morse City Trail - - - : [3] The Inspector Morse County Trail - - - : [4] The Harry Potter Trail


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Category Oxford

'Links Oxford’s Park & Ride sites and is crossed by major bus routes, making it easy for city and village dwellers to access the route and to travel back to their starting point. The route prov ...
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Category Oxford

[1] Boars Hill - - - : [2] Boars Hill - - - : [3] Boars Hill - - - : [4] Hinksey & Grandpont - - - : [5] Along the Thames to Kennington


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Category Oxford

'Pick from our set programme an expedition which suits you. If you are new to walking, or just want a relaxing break, then why not start with one of our local walks. You could combine a visit to th ...
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Category Oxfordshire

'Comprises a series of 30 artworks sited over 5 miles between Thame and Princes Risborough. It was inspired by the old railway environment and the landscape looking out to the Chiltern Hills. Lead ...
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'The book divides the Roman Way into 17 sections, all of which have suggested access points for shorter distances, information about public transport, a list of tea shops, pubs and accommo ...
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Category Cherwell

'Route 1 provides three possible short walks to CS Lewis Nature Reserve, across Shotover Plain to Shotover Estate and to Shotover Country Park, where you can follow one of three colour-cod ...
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'The Walk is mostly on level pavements with good access for prams and wheelchairs. The pathway at Spring Path slopes slightly but is manageable with care. The paths in the Nature Reserve may be mud ...
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'Historic features abound along the walk routes including Fawley Court, Hambleden Mill and Lock, Temple Island in the Thames and the picturesque village of Hambleden which has featured in many TV p ...
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'Being sponsored (even if only a short part of the march is planned to be walked) is encouraged but is also entirely optional. Traditionally, we raise money for Jimmy's Night Shelter in Ca ...
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Category 3: 51-100 Miles

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'Most of the walks are available online so are only a click away. Some of the walks listed are described in books or pamphlets. Generally we've included those books that you can easily buy at the m ...
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Category Oxford

'Free leaflets are available from a number of information points around the town and surrounding area including the Wallingford Town Information Centre and several local hotels. However, w ...
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'The walks pass the downland villages of Letcombe Regis and Letcombe Bassett, famed for horseracing, picturesque Childrey with its village duck pond and a 16th century manor house where Charles I s ...
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'The Guide is available from The Greyhound and The Ferryboat pubs in Whitchurch, The Sun pub at Hill Bottom or Frank at the barber's shop in Pangbourne, price £2.50, or by Post ...'


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'The Windrush Path is being developed in stages as new path links are secured through planning agreements associated with mineral sites. It is a good example of the way in which the Lower ...
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Category West Oxfordshire

'The walk is immensely varied, from the majesty of the broad Thames, where the path follows the river's course north of Henley, to ancient lanes and byways and open fields.'


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'The Wychwood Way was created as part of the Millennium celebrations to honour 1000 years of the Forest’s history. It takes the walker on a journey through time from pre-historic settlers ...
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Category West Oxfordshire

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