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Thames Path National Trail

The Thames Path is a long distance walking trail, following England's best known river for 184 miles (294 Km) as it meanders from its source in the Cotswolds through several rural counties and on into the heart of London. On its way the Trail passes…

The Thames Path is a long distance walking trail, following England's best known river for 184 miles (294 Km) as it meanders from its source in the Cotswolds through several rural counties and on into the heart of London. On its way the Trail passes peaceful water meadows rich in wildlife, historic towns and cities and many lovely villages, finishing at the Thames Barrier in Woolwich just a few miles from the sea.

The Thames Path is a long distance walking trail, following England's best known river for 184 miles (294 Km) as it meanders from its source in the Cotswolds through several rural counties and on into the heart of London. On its way the Trail passes peaceful water meadows rich in wildlife, historic towns and cities and many lovely villages, finishing at the Thames Barrier in Woolwich just a few miles from the sea.

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Who to contact

Telephone
01865 810224
E-mail
Thames.Path@oxfordshire.gov.uk
Website
https://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/en_GB/trails/thames-path/

Where to go

Name
National Trails Office
Address
Speedwell House
Speedwell Street
Oxford
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX1 1NE

Time / Date Details

When is it on
No opening hours specified
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Evening

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Availability

Age Ranges
From 0 To 120

Last checked on 11/03/2016

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