Pete's Walks - Thame Valley Walk

Post-walk comments

I found the Thame Valley Walk to be a pleasant route. Following a river valley, it was naturally a very flat route and it didn't pass through much woodland at all. It was largely a mixture of corn fields, meadows and pastures, with occasional stretches on tarmac and the odd attractive village thrown in. Nether Winchendon and Long Crendon were particularly worth visiting I thought.

The route is always within a few fields of the river Thame, but there were disappointingly few sections that were directly beside the river.

It would make quite a good day walk, though any one doing that would need to start or finish at Tiddington rather than Albury, adding an extra mile to the distance.

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Meadow near Nether Winchendon (Day 1)