Short easy walk in South Oxfordshire | Oxfordshire County Council

Short easy walk in South Oxfordshire

Walks suitable for push chairs and wheelchairs around Thame and Waterperry Gardens.

You can view the routes of these walks and rides on our interactive countryside access map of the county. It is possible to print small areas of this map out. Alternatively, you can buy a map of the area from the Ordnance Survey website

Our easy walks under 1.5 miles are designed to be suitable for push chairs and wheelchairs. The downloadable walk information is colourful, friendly and easy to use, providing a simple map of the walk and easy to follow directions. The downloads also include information about path surfaces, widths and gradients for those in wheelchairs.

Cuttle Brook, Thame

Cuttle Brook nature reserveThis path passes through pleasant river meadows and is rich in wildlife. This quiet mixed nature reserve has ponds, woodland, marsh and river and is home to 200 species of plants and 40 species of birds.

Waterperry Gardens

View of Waterperry House from pathThis route follows a rural path from the hidden village of Waterperry to the River Thame. Fine views of Waterperry House, trees, meadow and river.

Other walks

Chilterns easy countryside walks

The Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) offers a free pack of 11 walks in the Chilterns countryside that are suitable for people with impaired mobility and wheelchair, mobility scooter and push chair users.  The walks are available from the Chilterns AONB website or by calling 01844 355500 to order a pack.

Warburg nature reserve mobility vehicle

Warburg nature reserve is owned and managed by the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust (BBOWT).  A Tramper mobility vehicle is available at Warburg for visitors to use. To book it, call the reserve on 01491 642001 to arrange a time. The Tramper is able to go around the popular one-mile 'Wildlife Walk', which encompasses woodland and grassland, and can also go along the restricted byway that runs along the valley bottom. More details about the reserve are available from the BBOWT website.

Last reviewed
29 September 2017
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