|Slow Way||Route||To do|
||Pioneer me||Distance 14km/9mi||Ascent 83m||Descent 69m|
||Pioneer me||Distance 19km/12mi||Ascent 104m||Descent 202m|
||Double check||Distance 10km/6mi||Ascent 61m||Descent 66m|
||Verify me||Distance 9km/6mi||Ascent -||Descent -|
||Pioneer me||Distance 9km/6mi||Ascent 97m||Descent 67m|
Steeple Claydon’s Slow Ways starting point
Lat / Lon
51.93792° / -0.98676°
Easting / Northing
469,752E / 227,085N
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There’s one bit where there are no waymarkers (near Lenborough) and it’s not immediately clear where the path goes as on the map it’s hard to tell which side of the hedge it’s on - the attached photos show the gate you should go through from both SC and Buckingham sides....
The stretch along the river is lovely but not enough make up for the road walking. Numerous stiles and some broken gates. The route out of Buckingham is not the most direct option....
Easy to navigate and mostly gates rather than stiles until you get near to Steeple Claydon. Several fields have inquisitive cattle in at times....
OwainJohn added Stebuc two, a new walk from Steeple Claydon to BuckinghamWalk this route
Slow Ways added Bicste one, a new walk from Bicester to Steeple ClaydonWalk this route
Slow Ways added Briste one, a new walk from Brill to Steeple ClaydonWalk this route
Slow Ways added Stebuc one, a new walk from Steeple Claydon to BuckinghamWalk this route