Binton - Walcote - Exhall - Temple Grafton - Binton

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This delightful walk starts at Binton Church. The route passes through Withycombe Wood, the charming villages of Walcote, Upton and Temple Grafton, skirts Oversley Wood and passes through Grove Hill Nature Reserve. About three kilometres of wooded sections are complemented by far-reaching country views. Points of interest include the alpaca farm at All Things Rural and stained glass windows in Binton Church depicting Scott of the Antarctic. Although it is necessary to cross the A46, the rest of the walk really does make it worthwhile.

England - Central England - Warwickshire - Countryside

Features

Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Nature Trail, Pub, Woodland
25/02/2018 - Noel and Lesley Johnson

Hi Liz, The only suggestion I can make for parking a dozen or so cars is to contact ‘The Stag’ pub at Redhill, which is between points 3 and 4 on the walk. They have a large car parking area and may be willing to help you.

19/02/2018 - Liz Nichols

I'm think of leading this walk for our walking group. However there does not appear to be any sensible parking places for a dozen or so cars anywhere on the route especially in Binton ? Does anyone have any thoughts Thanks

09/11/2013 - mark evans

Did this walk on 3rd Nov 2013, interesting and pretty flat walking. There are lots of good views and plenty of wildlife to look for. Very dog friendly and strangly hardly walked, if we saw two people throughout the walk that was it !!! Perfect

08/08/2013 - Leighton Jones

This is a superb walk that deserves to be used more often than it is, judging by the unworn footpaths. The path through Withycombe Woods can be tricky to follow but otherwise the route is fine. The villages you pass through are delightful. You can add a couple more to the walk if you extend it a little. Instead of turning towards Temple Grafton as you enter Exhall you can pass through this village then head towards Ardens Grafton before passing through Temple Grafton.

19/04/2012 - Walkingworld Admin

Our thanks to Jerry Kent for updates for this walk. April 2012. Adrian (Admin)

07/04/2012 - J Kent

Really nice walk done on an overcast Easter Saturday in 2012.

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