A three mile circular walk, starting from Mill Street in the village at its most southerly point, moving anticlockwise to include the old Cassington Road, passing through the picturesque grounds of Eynsham Mill and returning via Eynsham Millennium Wood.
Cassington Road is rich in roadside and hedgerow plants, with hawthorn and elder berries, crabapples and hops in abundance. The riverside stretch may offer a kingfisher sighting; roe deer are often seen in the fields; and in autumn Millennium Wood has all the blackberries and sloes you could wish for, the unfeasible pink of spindleberries and the promise of cob nuts to come.
The directions are available as a downloadable map to print and take on your way.
If you feel inspired to add your own walks they will be warmly welcomed - please get in touch.
We're always really grateful to hear about any problems - or, indeed any positive feedback - on our footpaths, so do provide as much information as you can (grid reference if possible, the footpath number, and the nature of the problem).