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Oxford Walking and Cycling Guide

A student city with plenty of cycling routes within and walking routes outside

Oxford city centre itself offers a brilliant location for keen cyclists, with many bike-sharing schemes available so you can hop on and off to your heart’s content. There are also local tours of the area conducted by bike, and lots of bike-based businesses. Being such a photogenic city as well, you can explore the local streets and waterways by foot or venture slightly further afield to discover the Oxfordshire side of the Cotswold countryside, complete with honey-coloured villages and bustling market towns.

Suggested walks:

Brasenose Wood – distance of up to 1.5 miles, Oxfordshire Outside

City of streams and spires – distance of up to 5 miles, shorter version wheelchair and pushchair friendly, dogs to be kept on lead in city centre, Discovering Britain

Folios and Fossils – up to 1 hour, Oxford Streets for People

Grandpont – distance of up to 0.6 miles, Oxfordshire Outside

Iffley and Kennington – distance of up to 5 miles, Oxford Preservation Trust

Manufacturing Oxford – distance of up to 2.75 miles, mostly wheelchair and pushchair friendly, dogs to be kept on lead in city centre, Discovering Britain

Morris and Motors – up to 45 minutes, Oxford Preservation Trust

Nature in the heart of the city – distance of up to 2.5 miles, wheelchair and pushchair friendly, dogs to be kept on lead, Discovering Britain

Oxford Industry Walk – distance of up to 2.75 miles, mostly wheelchair and pushchair friendly, dog to be kept on lead in city centre, Discovering Britain

Oxford Jubilee Walk – distance of up to 10.3 miles with shorter version of 7.7 miles, Oxford Ramblers

River and Stream – up to 1 hour, Oxford Streets for People

Seacourt Park and Ride to Grandpont – distance of up to 5 miles, Oxford Preservation Trust

Workers’ playtime – distance of up to 1.25 miles, wheelchair and pushchair friendly, dogs to be kept on lead, Discovering Britain

Suggested cycle routes:

Witney and Bourton-on-the-Water – distance of up to 41 miles

Witney and Kingham – distance of up to 27 miles

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