Walks around Charney

There are various walks around and from Charney on footpaths, bridleways and roads. Few are ‘circular’ walks. Here are a selection and the full routes and details can be seen and downloaded in various formats by clicking on the title of the walk.

A Wander Around The Playing Fields
0.5 miles
Starting from the telephone box. A short off-road wander around the playing fields with benches to sit on and admire the big sky and sunsets.

Causeway (circular from Telephone Box)
0.8 miles
Starting from the telephone box. A pleasant short off-road walk along a bridleway and footpaths.

Cherbury Camp (return) 
2.0 miles (round trip).
Starting from the Village Cross/The Chequers Inn. This is a pleasant walk along footpaths through fields.
Cherbury Camp is an Iron Age fort. You can extend the walk around the Eastern side of the fort and beyond.

Pusey (return)
4.4 miles (round trip).
To Pusey churchyard and return from Charney Village Cross / The Chequers Inn. A section of the walk is along the Buckland Road and so care is needed.

Lyford Church (return)
2.5 miles (round trip).
Mixed road (be careful of traffic along the Lyford Road) and footpaths to Lyford and its Church.

Goosey Lane (return)
2.2 miles (round trip)
An off-road footpath route, return via permissive path (as shown on route) or retrace back all the same way.

Shops at Southmoor (return)
5.9 miles (round trip)
A walking or cycling route to the shops at Southmoor. A mix of on and off-road (byway).

Stanford In The Vale – Horse And Jockey (return)
5.7 miles (round trip).
A walk, cycle or horse ride to Stanford in the Vale ending at The Horse and Jockey pub.

The Fox at Denchworth (return)
4.1 miles (round trip).
A walk to The Fox at Denchworth, some roads (be careful!) and footpaths. Returning along the same route.

The Plough at West Hanney or Hanney Spice
5.1 miles (round trip).
A walk either to The Plough at Hanney or Hanney Spice, along roads (be careful of traffic) and footpaths.

Three Ock Bridges (return) 
3.3 miles.
A walk along roads (be careful of traffic) and footpaths, taking in three bridges over The River Ock. Return by the same route.