Thames Path - Abingdon Branch
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This cache is on a quiet, pretty stretch of the Thames Path. You can do a circular walk from town to the railway and pick up half a dozen of Daniel Glover's caches too: take the south turning from the crossroads of paths at the SW corner of the main Radley Lake. The path's not marked on any maps but is quite safe and brings you out near GC16FZ8. Because of the way the river loops round, you're on the south bank of Thames. Confusing, isn't it? NB you should NOT be riding a bike or a horse along here: The Thames Path National Trail is not a long distance route for cyclists. Most of the Thames Path is a public footpath on which cyclists have no legal right to ride unless they have permission from the landowners - cycling without permission is a trespass offence against landowners. However there are some sections of the Thames Path outside London which cyclists can use - the longest section being the 5.4 miles (8.7 km) through Oxford and the 5.8 miles (9.4 Km) from Weybridge to Hampton Court. If you choose to cycle by the river, please be aware it is a potentially dangerous activity. See the interactive map for more information on cycling. Cyclists wanting a long-distance ride should not attempt the Thames Path. http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/thames-path/information
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