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The Ridgeway is a long distance walking path which is located in a surprisingly remote part of southern central England. The trail spans approximately 87 miles (139 kilometres) and offers stunning views of the English countryside: starting with the World Heritage Site of Avebury and follows a ridge of chalk hills in a north-easternly direction to reach Ivinghoe Beacon, northwest of London. 

The trail takes you through diverse landscapes, including rolling hills, open farmland, woodlands, and chalk downs. You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

The Ridgeway is popular with walkers and hikers of all abilities, and there are a number of camping and accommodation options available along the way. It is also possible to cycle or ride horses along certain sections of the trail. Overall, the Ridgeway is a beautiful and historic trail that offers a unique glimpse into the ancient past of southern England.

There is plenty to see and do around The Ridgeway to ensure you can explore the walking trail and enjoy some of the best the area has to offer. From Oxford Wet n Wild, to local pubs and even a local Arboretum to explore.

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