Relaxed Pace Walking Holiday in
On this walking holiday on the Thames Path you walk 74 of the 180 miles of one of UK's National Walking Trails. The walking holiday follows the meandering course of the River Thames from Windsor to Oxford.
The hiking route is a great first walking holiday experience as it is easy walking and offers a wealth of interesting places to visit en-route. The Thames Path walking trail is clearly way-marked to provide reassurance on your walking holiday in Southern England.
Windsor to Oxford
9 days walking
Min/max daily distance:
Average Daily distance:
Swan Upping 17-21 July 2017
Day 1: Arrive at Windsor
Optional Day 1: extra day in Windsor
Day 2: Windsor to Maidenhead 8 miles
Day 3: Maidenhead to Marlow 7 miles
Day 4: Marlow to Henley 8.5 miles
Optional Day 2: extra day in Henley
Day 5: Henley to Reading 9 miles
Day 6: Reading to Goring 11 miles
Day 7: Goring to Wallingford 7 miles
Day 8: Wallingford to Clifton Hampden 8.5 miles
Day 9: Clifton Hampden to Abingdon 5.5 miles
Day 10: Abingdon to Oxford 9.5 miles
Optional Day 3: extra day in Oxford
Day 11: Depart after breakfast
details about this route can be found on our Upstream
London to Source Itinerary.
This walking holidayon the Thames Path in the UK can also be walked downstream.
This walking holiday on the Thames Path connects with
The Oxford Canal at Oxford
The Shakespeares Way at Oxford and Marlow
The Ridgeway at Goring
and the Kennet & Avon Canal at Reading
|How to get there|
Plane to London
By Car to Oxford where parking is available
By Train / Bus to London, Oxford or Windsor
route passes through Oxford and Windsor which are great places to visit,
with good shopping, restaurants and pubs.
This walking holiday is great hiking for visitors to the UK as it offers a taste of England's history mixed with the modern UK of today. This is a gentle walk, full of contrasts, with bustling cities and quiet river banks.
This is a popular walking tour, so we have carefully selected comfortable accommodation to ensure you are well rested each night after a busy day
hiking and sightseeing.
|London's great river is full of surprises as its path flows gently from its source and the stunning Cotswolds. On the Thames Path tour you walk through some of Southern England's most historic landscapes, full of wildlife and heritage. The highlights of Windsor and Oxford are en-route so why not take rest days to explore the many galleries and museums, and take advantage of the fine selection of shops, restaurants and pubs.|
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