The d'Arcy Dalton Way is a long distance footpath which was created in 1986 to celebrate the Oxford Fieldpaths Society's diamond jubilee. It was named after Colonel d'Arcy Dalton, one of the founding members of the Society. The idea behind the Way was to form a link between the Oxford Canal towpath, the Oxfordshire Way, the Thames Path and the Ridgeway. The d'Arcy Dalton Way from the start at Wormleighton Reservoir to the finish at Waylands Smithy Long Barrow takes a north to south course in the counties of Warwickshire, Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire. The way visits Farnborough, Mollington, Shotteswell, Hornton, Alkerton, Shenington, Epwell, Sibford Ferris, Hook Norton, Great Rollright, Whispering Knights Burial Chamber and King's Men Stone Circle, Salford, Cornwell, Churchill, Lyneham Barrow, Bruern Abbey, Fifield, Tangley Hall, Great and Little Barrington, Westwell, Holwell, Filkins, Broadwell, Little Clanfield, Radcot Bridge (River Thames), Eaton Hastings, Coleshill, Longcot and Compton Beauchamp.