A Hilly 12km Walk visiting Radnage in Oxfordshire.
Go across Chinnor Road and take another fenced path which this time takes you down. At the wood's edge take the path on the right, go through the woods and still going down eventually into a
more open area to reach a gate and a junction. Keep ahead crossing several fields to a gate which goes into Radnage Church's graveyard.
Follow this wide path through lovely trees as it stays in the same direction and more or less follows a ramshackle wire fence on the right before eventually turning into a narrow sunken path which makes it's way down through the woods to a track junction. Now back on The Ridgeway, turn right and almost immediately turn right again into a huge field this is all clearly marked with The Ridgeway's Acorn sign. Follow the grassy path which manages to descend before heading back up for a while. Look out for where The Ridgeway leaves the field through a hedge on the left
after which it turns right and follows a hedgerow to quite soon reach the start point at the lay bye.
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