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Guide to the Wychwood Way

Details:

Publication Type
Guidebook
Author
Alan Spicer, Mary Webb
ISBN
9780953973101
Date Published
2017
Size
100 x 210 mm
Number of Pages
65pp
Cost
£3.50 (£1.75 p&p)
Purchase Info
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Supplier:

Type
Forestry organisation/project
Address
c/o West Oxfordshire District Council, Woodgreen, New Yatt Road, WHITNEY, Oxfordshire, OX28 1NB
Telephone
07584 262437
Web Site

Review:

Publisher's Information 2017

This beautifully photographed walking guidebook takes the reader on a journey through time, from the evidence of the very earliest, pre-historic settlers through to the present day. With detailed walking directions supported by maps and SP map references.

The Wychwood Way follows waymarked rights of way around the heart of the ancient Royal Forest of Wychwood in Oxfordshire, from Woodstock in the east to Ascott-under-Wychwood in the west.

The Wychwood Way is a celebration of 1000 years in the life of this very special area. It has been designed to highlight some of the most interesting historic landscape patterns and features, habitats and traditional forms of management within the former forest area.

New Revised edition includes 10 shorter circular walks linked to the Wychwood Way.


Paths Covered by this Publication:

60 km / 37 miles

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