Goring to Shillingford hop on-off the bus walk (Walk Ref 44)

Saturday 18 May ~ 9:30 AM

A variable length walk between Goring and Shillingford, a pub lunch and use the bus if you wish!

Choose the distance you want on the hop on-off the bus walk or walk the whole route: Goring to South Stoke 2.5m, South Stoke to North Stoke 2m, North Stoke to Wallingford 3m, Wallingford to Shillingford 3.5m. Pub lunch in Wallingford (or bring a picnic) Back by bus. We will use bus 134 between Goring and Wallingford and X38/39/40 between Wallingford and Oxford.

Route Details

Capacity
10
Distance
Total 11 miles but walkers can join for just part of the walk if they wish.
Duration
Approximately 6 hours in total (including lunch break)
Pace
Leisurely
Difficulty
Easy (pretty flat, good paths)

Price

Walk is free, bus fare and pub refreshments to be paid individually

Meeting arrangements

Meet at Goring railway station RG8 0EP (SU 602805) or pick up the bus at other stops.

Walk Leader

Henley and Goring Ramblers

Public Transport Links

There are regular train services to Goring from several places

Dogs Welcome

Dogs on leads welcome

How to Book

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This project has been part funded by the The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development through the Chilterns LEADER programme. The grant received through this programme has helped make these festivals happen. 

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