Milestones to Millstones: Mill walks in Oxfordshire and beyond
The 17 walks in Milestones to Millstones each focus on one mill or more in Oxfordshire and just beyond. The mills and the walks are very varied, such as: windmills on Warwickshire hilltops; or an Archimedes screw using the flow of the river beside an ancient watermill; and a steam mill attracting visitors of all ages. Part of the charm of the book is the explanation of milling idioms that are still in everyday use such as "Keep your nose to the grindstone" or "Come to a grinding halt". All have suggested access points for shorter distances, information about public transport, and a list of teashops, pubs and accommodation. Each walk includes the relevant section of the Ordnance Survey map and is vividly illustrated throughout, giving archaeological, historical, botanical and local detail.
Railway Walks: Circular Walks Along Abandoned Railway Lines in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire: Circular Walks Along Abandoned Railway Lines in Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Oxfordshire (Walkabout)
Railway Walks England used to enjoy one of the most comprehensive railway networks in Europe. Abandoned railway lines can offer rewarding walks through the heart of the countryside, rich in flora and fauna and littered with examples of Victorian civil engineering. This book features 12 of these walks throughout Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Full description
CITY WALKS OXFORD
City Walks Oxford Contains 15 fascinating and entertaining walks through Oxford, from the city centre to Port Meadow and Wolvercote, with colour throughout and easy-to-use maps. For tourists, visitors and residents alike, each walk is an enjoyable collection of insightful and intriguing short stories that bring Oxford to life. Full description
Best Tea Shop Walks in Oxfordshire
The Cotswolds, the Chilterns, the Thames Valley and even a small share of the Wessex Downs - all these are to be found in Oxfordshire. This book presents a selection of 25 walks which explore various different facets of this varied county, and include the additional pleasure of a stop for afternoon tea.
The Seven Shires Way: A 234 Mile Walk Around the County Boundary of Oxfordshire Using Public Rights of Way (Walkabout)
The Seven Shires Way The Seven Shires Way is a 234-mile long walk around the Oxfordshire county boundary. The text divides the walk into 21 sections, all of which have suggested access points for shorter distances, a list of useful accommodation and information about public transport. Full description
Paws Under the Table: 40 Dog-Friendly Pubs and Walks from Oxford to the Cotswolds
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Oxfordshire Walks: v. 1: Oxford, the Cotswolds and the Cherwell Valley
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Walking in the North Wessex Downs: 30 walks take in parts of four counties - Berkshire, Hampshire, Wiltshire and Oxfordshire (Cicerone) (Cicerone Walking Guides)
Walking in the North Wessex Downs
50 Walks in Oxfordshire (AA 50 Walks series)
Drive and Stroll in Oxfordshire (Drive & Stroll)
The CPRE Oxford Green Belt Way