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An interesting and varied walk along the stream/river valleys of the River Glyme and a tributary, and through the park of a country house with several eccentric features. On the way, you can stop at a nature reserve of natural Cotswold limestone grassland. The first half of the walk follows Shakespeare's Way.
This easy circular walk provides a good way to discover two lovely villages with thatched houses, particularly Great Tew! On you way, you will also explore the quiet countryside and enjoy lovely churches and a beautiful giant sequoia!
This circular walk mainly explores Blenheim Park, its monuments and distinctive characteristics including the Grand Bridge, the Column of Victory, Rosamund's Well and an impressive Cedar of Lebanon tree!
This pretty long circular walk explores Blenheim Park with great views of The Lake and the Palace. Then, follow paths (Palladian and Wychwood Ways) in the countryside following River Evenlode until you reach the remains of a large Roman courtyard villa. You finally go back to Woodstock using a section of Oxfordshire Way.
Explore Foxholes : stroll through rolling countryside, woodland and quiet villages. Starting in Shipton-under-Wychwood, this 11 km circular walk takes in ancient woodland at the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust’s (BBOWT) Foxholes nature reserve.
Explore four gorgeous Cotswold villages with superb views over the Evenlode valley.
Farmland walking to an ancient woodland reserve rich in flora and fauna.
Pleasant level walking through the village and the watermeadows of the River Evenlode.
An Oxfordshire walk that captures typical landscapes of the county. The church at Bladon is also the burial place of Sir Winston Churchill. The route uses established paths.
Oxford Hill Witney to South Leigh circular walk. A leisurely walk with some nice scenery, a lake and a bird sanctuary. The Masons Arms pub at South Leigh. Mostly B roads and single-track roads.
Climb to a pretty village with a historic church, country house and village green.
Visit four historic churches, plus a ruined manor house and a pretty riverside return.
Stroll across the meadows to an isolated church and ruined 16th-century manor house.
Three Cotswold villages and an extended exploration of the Windrush valley.
A longer walk through wooded country with magnificent views to Asthall village. Three Cotswold villages and an extended exploration of the Windrush valley.
Visit an isolated medieval church in a meadow and explore Swinbrook village in detail.
A longer walk through wooded country with magnificent views to Asthall village.
This delightful circular walk takes in the beginning, or end, of the MILLENNIUM WAY depending which way you look at it. It is mostly across open country with gentle undulations. This is walk 36 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
This delightful walk explores parts of Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire using a section of the Millennium Way. The route starts from Middleton cheney and continues via Thenford, Upper Wardington and Chacombe back to the start.
A lovely circular walk from the delightful village of Cropredy in the Cherwell Valley, three miles north of Banbury and close to Exit 11 on the M40. During this circular walk you will enjoy three delightful villages, some open countryside and farmland, quiet lanes and an attractive section of the Oxford Canal. This is walk 34 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
This circular walk goes through three SSSIs from urban Oxford. Starting from urban Cowley, walk up to the top of Shotover country park SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) for nature and views to the South West, then through Rock Edge SSSI, for Upper Jurassic limestone, and then through Lye Valley SSSI to experience nationally rare calcareous fen habitat from the last ice age.
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