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Town Trails

There are plenty of trails in Wallingford and surrounding areas to take such as walking, cycling and historical trails.

A few trail guides are below to download.

Visit the Town Information Centre for a full selection of Town Trails available.

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The Agatha Christie Trail

Discover more about Wallingford's former famous resident. A five mile circular walk taking in places linked to the writer including her former home and grave.
Corn Exchange, Wallingford

Midsomer Murders Walking Trail

Explore the real-life location for the popular TV series with trails designed to take in the filming locations around the town.
Bull Croft Memorial

A walk around Wallingford's history

A walk around Wallingford which captures the town's rich history from its Saxon heritage and historic churches to important streets and industries.
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Walks in and around Wallingford

Three walks - one strolling by the riverside and through the town, one taking in the riverside path and two bridges and the third taking in the river and Benson Lock.
Wallingford Castle Ruins

Self-guided Walk - Wallingford Castle Meadows

Self-guided walking trail around Wallingford Castle Meadows. Wallingford Castle was one of the greatest medieval castles in England. This trail and the green mounds will bring what was the castle to life for you.
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Wallingford - Cycle Rides into the Chiltern Hills

Three on - road rides between 11 and 25 miles. Discover the beautiful Chiltern countryside on bike.
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Midsomer Murders Driving Trails

Two driving trails - Southern and Northern areas - taking you through local towns and villages used as filming locations in the popular TV series, Midsomer Murders. South Trail takes approx 3 hours and the Northern Trail takes approx 3.5 miles.
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Cycle Rides - West from Wallingford

Three illustrated cycle rides starting and finishing in Wallingford. Two pass within 400m of Didcot Railway Station and can be adapted to start and finish there.