The Parish Council has published a map of local footpaths and brideways, using Oxfordshire County Council's definitive statement of 21 February 2006. The 3 sections are available in the right-hand sidebar (or below on mobile devices). We hope they will suggest new directions for your walks - you are welcome to help illustrate them too.
There is a separate feature on Wharf Stream Way and a report on Eynsham North Walk, to supplement the downloads provided here.
You can also head south-west for a leisurely half-hour stroll or north-east for Eynsham Mill Walk (3 miles). We have directions and photos for these but no formal maps as yet.
More local walks are available from OCC.
Footpath (FP): A highway over which the public have a right on foot only, other than such a highway at the side of a public road.
Bridleway (BR): A highway over which the public have a right of way on foot and a right of way on horseback or leading a horse, with or without a right to drive animals of any description along the highway.
Restricted Byway (RB): A highway over which the public have right of way on foot, on horseback or leading a horse and for vehicles other than mechanically propelled vehicles. Roads Used as a Public Path (RUPPs) were re-designated under the Countryside & Rights of Way Act 2000 and are now Restricted Bridleways.