Charlbury in the Cotswolds.

9 Mile walk around good paths with very little incline.
A good walk in the Cotswolds and suitable for most with very little incline involved. The Walk starts in the Cotswolds town of Charlbury in the Evenlode valley, about 6 miles (10 km) north of Witney in West Oxfordshire. It is on the edge of Wychwood Forest and the Cotswolds. The 2011 Census recorded the parish's population as 2,830.[1] . The walk should of Started at the Train station however the car parks were full so we made our way into the town where we found parking on a small street. The walk was not full of excitement however it was nice with some good weather and Charlbury is a nice place to visit, so we may be back someday.

The Wychwood, or Wychwood Forest, is an area now covering a small part of rural Oxfordshire. In past centuries the forest covered a much larger area, since cleared in favour of agriculture, villages and towns. However, the forest's area has fluctuated. Parts cleared for agriculture during Britain's centuries under Roman rule later reverted to forest.[1]