Middle Assendon - Maidensgrove - Middle Assendon

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An easy-to-follow, scenic route through typical Chilterns countryside with its rolling hills, beech woodland, quiet country lanes and charming cottages. The initial part of the walk, to the ivy-clad ruins of St James' Church (Waymark 3), is along such a quiet road and although care should be taken at all times, is suitable for a pushchair or wheelchair.

England - Central England - Oxfordshire - Chilterns


Birds, Church, Flowers, Good for Wheelchairs, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Pub, Wildlife
03/04/2018 - Martin Rizk

We found this a good walk with hills and woodland and open stretches of farmland. We stopped at the Five Horseshoes pub for lunch which was excellent. The directions were clear and easy to follow.

03/04/2018 - Martin Rizk

Good walk. Very easy to follow. Little or no traffic or traffic noise. The hills make it more interesting with some nice views. We stopped for lunch at the Five Horseshoes pub for good food and beer.

06/01/2017 - David Sopp

For a wheelchair friendly walk there are at least a dozen stiles mentioned in the walk details!

08/10/2013 - Anne Kilduff

Take note second signpost to Crocker End is easily missed as situated in overgrown hedge! I missed it and ended up on a longer and not so interesting route.

10/11/2010 - Nigel Waters

A spectacular walk which we did 10 November 2010. There is a great food pub (The Five Horseshoes)just north of the walk (although it does involve a steep climb, so at point 10 we walked to it rejoining the walk at point 12. The symbol for this pub appears right at the top of the ordance survey map that you print off with the walk. Nigel

12/04/2009 - Chris Christodoulou

11/4/09 We did this walk on a damp drizzly day which did not add any magic, I regret some of our party found it rather tiring due the hilly terrain, if you plan on doing this walk make sure to pick a good day to appreciate the views. Instructions were good but take care not to miss the interesting ruined church at point 3 as it is somewhat hidden by shrubbery and trees, we parked in `The Rainbow' car park with the landlord's permission, unfortunately it was not an `all day' pub so time your day right for this one.

14/05/2008 - Walkingworld Administrator

With thanks to Andrew Long, this walk was updated May 2008.

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