Set on the banks on the beautiful River Thames, Wallingford has real range of wildlife to offer if you know what to listen and look for!
This new circular route, which starts from the centre of Wallingford, heads out along the banks of the Thames, in through a new small nature reserve, then back along the other side of the River.
This is a 90 minute session, and and early start as our local Kingfishers are hunting from dawn!
Goring & Streatley is situated on an incredible section of the River Thames, and we know we have several pairs of resident kingfishers, who last year were very active with us and successfully raised 15 young over three clutches. So sightings can be frequent some days - if you know where to look!
This circular 4 mile route covers all the highlights that Goring-on-Thames and the Goring Gap has to offer. This is by far our favourite walk and for many of our guests it is theirs too. Come and explore with us this beautiful landscape and the abundance of wildlife that live there.
Short on time? Love the riverside? Need an easy circular walk? Then this is the one for you.
Covering a range of habitats, this is a 2 mile, flat circular walk via cornfields, wildflower meadows, and coppiced woodland - with the return leg along the side of the stunning River Thames.
This 2 - 2.5 hour guided wildlife walk is a beautiful riverside experience, with everything from Birds of Prey to potentially the elusive Kingfishers!
We walk along The Thames Path from Goring to Moulsford, crossing over into Berkshire briefly and then back across the county border into Oxfordshire.
Along the route your guide will point out all the wonderful habitat and wildlife that reside along the river, before you arrive at The Beetle and Wedge on the edge of the Thames for your lunch* booking.
You can take your time, and then retrace your steps at your own pace once finished - so enjoy the view!
*Lunch payable direct to the venue.
A fun way to spend time with the under 16's in your life, outdoors! Let's get them out in the fresh air and learning about wildlife! We know children can often develop a love for wildlife, and starting early often gives them a great appreciation for the natural world we live in. We also know the health benefits of being outside and getting children out into the fresh air, so this walk is perfect to do just that.
This beautiful 3 mile circular Figure of Eight route includes both East & West Hagbourne and the Edge of Upton. It really is a wonderful route, which changes dramatically with the seasons as does the wildlife and plant life we see along the way.
This 4 mile route in Watlington takes in some wonderful scenery along the chalk downland through beech woodlands and ancient pathways.