19 Gorgeous Walks in Oxfordshire
We think Oxfordshire is a walker’s paradise – right on the edge of the Cotswolds and surrounded by gorgeous estates with peaceful public footpaths. Not to mention how walkable the city of Oxford is.
There are so many walking routes and country paths in Oxfordshire that are perfect for meandering along.
Let us walk you through some of the best places for a stroll in Oxford and then in the wider Oxfordshire area, just in case you fancy getting out of the city.
City Wall Walk
The walk begins at the Folly Bridge and takes you around the outside of where the medieval city walls would have stood hundreds of years ago.
If you’re looking to take on a bit of a longer walk in the countryside, the popular Jubilee Walk takes around 2-3 hours to complete and treats you to some stunning views.
The Spires Walk
This easy walk is best suited to those who want to go at a slower pace to really appreciate the dreamy spire view of the city centre.
Folios and Fossils
The walk starts by letting you admire the sculptures of books in Bonn Square before passing university sites, museums, and libraries on your way to the endpoint of Sackler Library.
The Trout Inn Loop
More of an intermediate hike, with the route running parallel to the Summertown and Sunnymead areas of the city.
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