Oxford Canal Walk

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Start: Coventry
Distance: 83 miles (133 km)
Grid Ref: SP332796
 
Climbing: 559 metres
Walk time: 34-40 hours
Days: 5-8

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Summary: The Oxford Canal Walk is a long distance footpath connecting the cathedral cities of Oxford and Coventry using the continuous canal towpath, passing 43 locks, many bridges, one tunnel and crossing only one road. Significant places visited on the route between Coventry and Oxford are Ansty, Rugby, Braunston, Napton on the Hill, Marston Doles, Wormleighton, Fenny Compton, Cropredy, Banbury, Kings Sutton, Steeple Aston and Kidlington.


Useful Links:
Canal and River Trust
Annierak
Long Distance Walkers Association


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