Mountain Guides

Walking group in England, guided mountaineering

Walking, scrambling and climbing with local mountain guides gives you peace of mind, knowing that you have chosen experts in their field. They have been extensively trained in how to recognise and mitigate risks. They can plan a route that is best for the mountain weather conditions at the time, and they know the terrain and are able to guide you safely through it.

A local guide can teach you the local culture and history, improve your mountaineering skills, provide feedback and encouragement, occasionally push you to accomplish things you had not thought possible and help you to make the most of your precious holiday time. At Walk and Cycle we can provide mountain leaders and help with the planning of your trip.

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Featured Trails

Trails

Faringdon, Radcot and Littleworth

Faringdon, Radcot and Littleworth

Villages and the River Thames near Faringdon

Buckland and Pusey

Buckland and Pusey

Open fields and wooded areas from Buckland

Faringdon Folly and Hatford

Faringdon Folly and Hatford

Explore the countryside east of Faringdon Folly

Faringdon, Wicklesham and Folly Park

Faringdon, Wicklesham and Folly Park

The Folly, Folly Park and Wicklesham from Faringdon

Faringdon, Fernham and Little Coxwell

Faringdon, Fernham and Little Coxwell

A varied walk through fields and wood with lovely views

Great Coxwell and Coleshill

Great Coxwell and Coleshill

A pleasant stroll across flat, open countryside

Badbury Hill

Badbury Hill

An Iron Age fort and views over the Vale of the White Horse

Oxfordshire Way - Part 1

Oxfordshire Way - Part 1

From Bourton-on-the-Water to Islip north of Oxford

Oxfordshire Way - Part 2

Oxfordshire Way - Part 2

From Islip to the Berkshire border at Henley

Shakespeare's Way (Oxfordshire)

Shakespeare's Way (Oxfordshire)

A traverse of the county from Chipping Norton to Stonor

Ridgeway (Oxfordshire)

Ridgeway (Oxfordshire)

A journey along Britain's oldest road

Wychwood Way

Wychwood Way

From Woodstock through the heart of the former Royal Forest