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Dorchester Wittenham and the Thames Cycle Route

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Cycle Route Details
Route NameDorchester Wittenham and the Thames
Distance : miles (km)6.96  (11.20)
Posted ByIANS
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Cycle Route Location
Town/CityDorchester, Oxfordshire
Start LocationBridge End, Dorchester
End LocationDorchester
Cycle Steps
Start at car park on Henley Road

Go S down Bridge End & turn R into Watling Lane. Where this turns R, go L onto bridleway towards Days Lock. Cross bridges over Thames & carry on up track until manor reached on R.

Take bridleway on L towards Wittenham Clumps (optional detour up to clumps is great place for picnic with wonderful views). Go through woods following track 7 diversion around far until wallingford Rd reached.

Follow this over Thames & take next track on L following Thames path signs until Wharf Rd reached. Go across Henley Rd & follow road to Warborough.

Through village take Hammer Lane on L 7 follow this straight on to bridleway which eventually reaches River Thame. Turn L & follow this until road at Overy reached. Turn R & follow path over weir (no cycling) which becomes path over meadows until outskirts of Dorchester reached.

Turn L into Manor Farm Rd & then Queeen St turning L when Henley Rd reached to return to starting point.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Wittenham Clumps
River Thames
Dorchester Abbey Tea Rooms

Your comments?
posted by:A_VillagerRating : difficult :
Please note that on the section "Follow the Thames Path" take you through a very small kissing gate which we had to lift the bikes over (with the help of some walkers). Then - as this section was NOT a bridleway, we walked our bikes to Wharf Road. I'd recommend taking the Shillingford Road to Henley Road rather than the foot path.

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