Area name: Oxfordshire
The Oxfordshire Area has ten groups including a Twenties & Thirties group and a Weekend Walkers group. We publish a twice-yearly joint walks programme, that is, among all those groups. We have an active Footpath Subcommittee and run an annual Leadership & Navigation course. As of 1 March 2017, we have a new website.
Our areas help local people enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk. Areas help look after paths and green spaces, open up new places to explore and act as the leading voice on walking matters near you. They also support our local groups to organise regular walks led by local experts – a great way to get outside, make new friends and discover how walking boosts your health and happiness.
The Banbury & North Oxfordshire group is centred on the picturesque market town of Banbury, complete with its statue of the fine lady on a white horse! It is set amid gentle hills and rolling farmland giving ever-changing views throughout the year.
The area has as its main features and special attractions, the Oxford canal
with its quaint canal side hostelries and tow path walking. Houses built of
Cotswold stone, and of course, Blenheim Palace. Unless stated otherwise, dogs are allowed ...
Bicester & Kidlington Group’s working party operates in the same territory as the main walking group and meets at least once a month on various days of the week to accommodate all interested parties.
The Didcot & Wallingford group contributes over 50 walks a year to the area programme, as well as arranging an annual weekend away in various locations in England and Wales. New walkers and potential members are always welcome. The group has strong ...
Combine healthy exercise with meeting a friendly and sociable group of people! Join Henley & Goring Ramblers for walks in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Enjoy a walk along the Thames, in the hills and beech woods of the Chilterns, through ...
One of the biggest Groups in the Oxfordshire Area, city based membership, but walks all over. Unless stated otherwise, dogs are allowed, but preferably on leads.
Our lively group has a full programme of walks thoughout the county and beyond as well as a very strong social element with a wide variety of events and weekends away. Full information on all our walks and events is available on our group website.
A walking group for people in the midst of their working lives, keen to get out and walk at the weekend, enjoy walking weekends away and social events too, plus a great way to make new friends. Unless stated otherwise, dogs are allowed, but ...
The Thame & Wheatley group contributes walks to the Oxfordshire area programme, as well as arranging awaydays and social events. It offers a short walk on the second Tuesday of every month. Members are kept informed of Ramblers events via monthly ...
Our area includes the White Horse at Uffington, the river Thames and the Ridgeway National Trail. Abingdon, Wantage and Faringdon are all market towns. We run an annual leadership training course.
Walkers from West Oxfordshire out and about. For more information contact Alan Cobb.
Unless stated otherwise, dogs are allowed, but preferably on their leads.
Welcome to Oxfordshire
Sunday 24 September 2017Starting at 10:00A moderate 9.5 mile / 15.3 km walk
Sunday 24 September 2017Starting at 11:30A leisurely 4.5 mile / 7.2 km walk
Sunday 24 September 2017Starting at 09:30A moderate 12.5 mile / 20.1 km walk
Tuesday 26 September 2017Starting at 10:00A leisurely 5 mile / 8 km walk
Tuesday 26 September 2017Meeting at 09:30, Starting at 10:00A moderate 10 mile / 16.1 km walk
Wednesday 27 September 2017Starting at 14:00A leisurely 4.5 mile / 7.2 km walk
Wednesday 27 September 2017Starting at 10:30An easy 7.3 mile / 11.7 km walk
Wednesday 27 September 2017Starting at 10:30A leisurely 4.8 mile / 7.6 km walk
Thursday 28 September 2017Starting at 10:00A moderate 9 mile / 14.5 km walk
Thursday 28 September 2017Starting at 10:00A moderate 6 mile / 9.7 km walk
Thursday 28 September 2017Starting at 10:30A moderate 8 mile / 12.9 km walk
Saturday 30 September 2017Starting at 10:00A strenuous 6 mile / 9.7 km walk