Oxford Green Belt Way
**PATH CLOSURE AT CULHAM STAGE 2**
Please be aware of a temporary closure to the route while repairs are being carried out to the Nuneham Viaduct where it crosses the River Thames in Stage2 (see point 2 on map 5 on page 21 in the OGBW guidebook) The route is diverted at point 5 onto Thame Lane and continues along the A415 until Abingdon Bridge where it rejoins the route at Abingdon Lock (see point 6). If walking in the opposite direction in Stage3 (see map 5 on page 25) the route is diverted after crossing the Lock towards Abingdon Bridge where it joins the A415. Turning left the route continues for approx 1 mile until joining Thame Lane (signed) and proceeding to point 5 to rejoin the route.
The repairs are expected to be completed by December 2023.
The Oxford Green Belt Way is a fifty mile circular walk exploring the countryside around Oxford, created by CPRE Oxfordshire in 2007.
A new, revised full colour guide book with maps, directions and lots of fascinating information is available.
The guide contains route maps for each stage of the Oxford Green Belt Way (OGBW) and detailed route directions. The whole route is waymarked with OGBW discs to help you find your way.
The OGBW is accessible by regular bus services, from four of Oxford’s Park and Ride sites, Oxford Parkway station and Radley station.
Copies are available direct from CPRE Oxfordshire and from selected bookshops, stationers and information centres in Oxfordshire and surrounding counties. It is also available on-line from Walking Pages, and Blackwell’s.
A5 Paperback, 58pp
To obtain a copy from CPRE Oxfordshire, please send a cheque for £11.99 (which includes £2 postage & packaging) made payable to CPRE Oxfordshire.
Please remember to include the name and address of the person to whom the book should be mailed.
Oxford Green Belt Way
20 High Street
For further information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01491 612079.
The route can also be downloaded here: Oxford Green Belt Way
However, please note this map is not maintained by CPRE Oxfordshire and there may be diversions in place which are not indicated.