Short easy walks in Oxford | Oxfordshire County Council

Short easy walks in Oxford

Walks suitable for push chairs and wheelchairs in Oxford.

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.

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To view the trails on your mobile phone, download GPS data and to find pubs, inns, gear shops and other businesses nearby click on the links to the Walk and Cycle website below.

Brasenose Woods, Oxford

Hard path in Brasenose Wood

Paths pass through attractive deciduous woodland with many fine trees and abundant bird life. The wide 'rides' and hazel coppice in this wood managed by Oxford City Council add visual and wildlife interest. 

For further information about this wood please contact Oxford City Council or telephone 01865 715830.

Grandpont Nature Park, Oxford

Bridge

The route follows paths around the nature park and alongside the River Thames. This pleasant riverside nature park near the centre of Oxford is managed by Oxford City Council. There is a range of lovely views, including the River Thames, open grassland and areas of scrub and trees all alive with a variety of birds. 

For further information about Grandpont Nature Park please contact Oxford City Council or telephone 01865 715830. 

Easy walks along the River Thames

The Environment Agency and the Thames Path National Trail team have produced twelve easy access walks along the River Thames in Oxfordshire. Details of the walks, including downloadable maps and instructions, are available from the National Trails Thames Path website.

 

Last reviewed
05 September 2012

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