Bix Bottom - Pishill - Stonor - Bix Bottom

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A very easy-to-follow walk which takes in three miles of the Oxfordshire Way; there is a moderate climb at the beginning of the walk to Waymark 2 with a really challenging climb just south of Stonor (Waymark 12). However, the ridge-top walk that follows makes the effort more than worthwhile. The charming little church at Pishill has a bench if you want to stop and rest for a while (the name, incidentally, means 'a hill where peas grow'. There is a distinct lack of watering-holes on this walk, but you can always do a short detour in Middle Assendon and call in at The Rainbow public house.

England - Central England - Oxfordshire - Chilterns


Birds, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Wildlife
22/06/2012 - Kirke Kriisk

What a great walk!

29/04/2008 - Philip Duke

At waymark 12 you may want do diregard the unhelpful text and substitute -- Opposite a flint stone house with a low flint wall in front look for fp t rhs just past the house. Turn round and you will a fp sign on the opposite side which you have just passed. The sign is not visible from your approach direction.

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