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A guide to the footpaths around Bampton, it includes a 2.5 mile circular walk via Plantation and Ham Court
A short guide to some of the most interesting historic buildings in Burford
An easy 5 mile walk that is exceptionally picturesque and passes Charlbury's four pubs plus the popular Plough Inn in Finstock. It takes in Cornbury Park, the River Evenlode, and the Cotswold Line railway.
The guide includes a map of the town marking buildings of interest - making a pleasant and interesting walk
An 8 mile walk that takes in the only Public Right of Way through the ancient Wychwood Forest within Cornbury Park.
A 4 mile walk that runs to the north-west of Charlbury, following the pretty Evenlode valley and uses a section of the Oxfordshire Way.
A guide to Chimney Meadows nature reserve showing the footpaths and talking about some of the birds and flowers for which the reserve is noted
A brief guide to Chipping Norton giving a short overview of the town's history and some of the places of interest
An easy circular walk passing from Chipping Norton to Over Norton and back 2.5 miles (4km)
A 6.5 mile (10km) walk across gently undulating countryside from Chipping Norton to the villages of Salford and Cornwell and back
A short walk into the past, around the precinct of Eynsham Abbey
A guide to some of the history of Eynsham and buildings and areas of interest
A 4 mile walk going down to the Thames at Pinkhill Lock and round to Swinford Toll Bridge - can be wet and is best enjoyed between May and October
An 8 mile walk that passes the Trout Inn at Godstow, overlooking the river and back across pretty meadows to rejoin the Thames
This 6 mile walk heads away for the river to South Leigh along a disused railway line and flat open countryside and offers the walker a splendid variation from the other walks in wildlife and viewpoints
A short circular walk of 2 miles (3.2km) starting and finishing in the centre of Finstock. Mainly gentle and undulating but with stony, uneven ground in places
Not a walk as such but a guide to the Foxholes Nature Reserve showing the footpaths and talking about the flora and fauna that one might hope to see there.
A 16 mile (26km) walk along the River Glyme between Chipping Norton and Woodstock, developed by BBC Oxford and Oxfordshire County Council
A 5 mile (8km) walk through a superb stretch of the Windrush Valley between the Barringtons and Burford
A 9 mile (15km) circular walk starting from Kingham railway station
A 3.5 mile (6km) walk starting from Kingham railway station
Options for a longer walk of 9 miles (15km) or a shorter one of 6 miles (10km)
A 5 mile (8km) walk between Kingham and Chipping Norton, via Churchill
This walk crosses the meadow lands between Kingham and Chipping Norton 5.5 miles (9km)
A walk of 6/8 miles (10/13km) across gently undulating countryside between Milton under Wychwood and Fifield
North Leigh Common is a 17 hectare (42 acre) remnant of what was once a much larger area of heathland. It has a wide range of wildlife habitats whilst also providing an open access facility for all-year-round public enjoyment.
About 4 miles of the path, running via Bruern Abbey
A 7 mile section of the Oxfordshire Way running through the Evenlode valley
A short (3 mile) section of the Oxfordshire Way
An 8.5 mile section of the Oxfordshire Way that mainly follows the course of an old Roman road (Akeman Street)
A short circular walk of 1.75 miles (2.8km) starting and finishing in the village of Ramsden - mainly gentle and undulating.
Map of Rushy Common & Tar Lakes, as well as public rights of way in the Lower Windrush Valley.
Produced by the Shilton History Group the Village History Trail highlights the buildings and sites of interest in the village.
A short easy 1.2 mile walk beside Witney Lake
A short 0.7 mile walk in Witney Meadows
A walk of 6.5 miles (10km) - with two optional extensions - across undulating countryside between Stonesfield and Combe
A 5.25 mile walk from Salford to the mysterious Rollright Stones returning through the hidden hamlet of Little Rollright
A Cotswold classic, this linear walk - 4 miles (6.5km) - goes from Asthall to Burford via the beautiful churches at Swinbrook and Widford (or the slightly longer alternative 5.5 miles/8.8 km via Swinbrook and Fulbrook).
Two very short walks on grass round the Rollright Stones, a prehistoric stone circle, with wide views. Suitable for all wheels.
A very short family walk in Charlbury ending at the playground
A 5 mile walk between Asthall, Widford and Swinbrook that passes the tiny 13th century Church of St Oswald's, which stands alone on the hillside overlooking the river
A 3.5 or 5 mile walk that visits the ruin of Minster Lovell Hall
A 2 mile section of the Windrush Path between Standlake and Newbridge on the River Thames
3 mile walk, much of it following the meandering Windrush river
A guide to Witney Lakes and Meadows with a path around the lakes
A 2.5 mile trail (4km) around Witney, looking at some of the buildings and sites connected with its once famous wool trade
A short walk covering the centre of the historic town of Woodstock but aimed at entertaining children.
A short 1.1 mile walk (1.7km) around the town, looking at some of the more interesting and historic buildings
A short walk following a trail of stone plaques around the town, marking some of Woodstock's finest houses
A 4 mile walk taking in the villages of North Leigh and East End. Highlights include rolling farmland, small copses and woodland areas. You may also wish to visit the local North Leigh Roman Villa
A 5 mile walk taking in the villages of North Leigh and Wilcote. Highlights include rolling farmland, historic trackways, ancient woodland and a historic well
A 5.5 mile walk around the village of Leafield, part following the line of the Roman road of Akeman Street. Other highlights include ancient woodland, green lanes and views to distant hills. This route is stile free
A 7.5 mile walk passing through Woodstock and alongside the village of Wootton. Highlights include historic parkland, river valleys, and ancient trackways. This route is stile free