Walk in the Ipsden area of the Chilterns (2801)
Start dateOctober 19 2022
LocationKing William Car Park, Hailey Cottages, Ipsden, Wallingford, OX10 6AD
PriceFree - over 14s only
An attractive walk from the King William pub in Ipsden via Homer Farm to the outskirts of Nuffield and back via Woodhouse Farm. It is a quiet and rural part of the Chilterns, with woodlands and rolling hills.
Visually impaired participants are welcome on this walk. You will need to bring a sighted guide with you (if required) and we would be grateful if you could email Annette on firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
There is a pub at the end of the walk.
Terrain info: Quite rough in parts with plenty of tree roots
Alan Futter. Reading Association for the Blind, an organisation dedicated to enriching the lives of the visually impaired since 1883. Alan has been leading walks for RAB for the last twenty four years and knows the Chiltern footpaths pretty well!
Meet at the King William Car Park, Hailey Cottages, Ipsden, Wallingford, OX10 6AD
Medium walks (4-6 miles)
Moderate (more challenging, for keen/active walkers)