This is a flat walk following the Thames Path past locks and weirs along the section from Wolvercote to Swinford Bridge and then returning skirting Wytham Great Wood on the way back.
PLEASE NOTE: A later start time for this walk on this occasion.
We meet in the large free car park on the Godstow Road near the bridge used for walking in Port Meadow. This is NOT the car park opposite the Trout pub.
We start the walk at 10:30AM sharp. (Please ensure you're at the start point at least 10 mins beforehand).
The area is shown better in the Map link
Walking grading: Easy (Height gain 21m)
Dog friendliness: Mostly open countryside with sheep, some road walking
Estimated walk end time: 1:30PM
For lunch afterwards, we will looking to get in at the Plough in Wolvercote (tbc) but places may be limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
If you would like to go to lunch, please reply to the "Reply below using the Reply button if you would like a place for lunch --------v" Post below.
If I don't see a request I will assume "No" for lunch.
We like to reduce the impact on the areas we visit and its sometimes difficult to find places with adequate parking, so we encourage lift shares with our regular drivers.
If you need a lift, please post below indicating that you'd like a lift and from which general part of Oxford and surrounding villages you would like to get picked up. There is sometimes a better chance of being picked up from one of the Park & Rides as people use the ring road en-route. There are some guidance notes on our message boards here.
Please ask for a lift ASAP even if your on the waiting list when you do so as the list is constantly changing.
We would welcome a donation of around £1 towards ongoing overhead costs associated with the Meetup service and ancillary costs.
We would be grateful if this was done before the start of the walk.
For new members or walkers, please read the Walkers Guide thread in the forum.
The number of the OSW group's mobile is [masked] for notification of delay or cancellation, or help with directions if lost. Details on use can be found on our message board.