West Oxfordshire Ramblers Group provides a variety of walks ranging from short and leisurely to long(ish) and more challenging. Walks during the week tend to be shorter and slower in pace -- 5 - 7 miles -- while at weekends, we step out further -- 10-13 miles, but with the occasional stretch to 16 miles in summer -- usually at a "moderate" pace.
Since our area covers the whole of West Oxfordshire District (and we make occasional forays into neighbouring counties) we can enjoy an enormous variety of walking country. If you think Oxfordshire is mainly flat, do check out the map areas with close contours (indicating steep slopes) before you start on a walk.
We have the Thames Path to the south, to the west we are in Cotswold country, there are several areas covered by what is left of the medieval Wychwood Forest, and we are fortunate to have access to two large maintained estates of woodland: Cornbury Park and the grounds of Blenheim Palace. The area is criss-crossed with sign-posted long-distance paths such as the Wychwood Way, Oxfordshire Way, Shakespeare's Way and the Palladian Way -- and sometimes you are on the route of the old Roman Road, the Akeman Street.