Radcliffe Camera from above

Oxford

The “City of Dreaming Spires” is known for its prestigious and very old universities and colleges, and of course, the birthplace of the Oxford Dictionary, which was so thorough, it took four years to get from “a” to “ant”. Oxford is steeped in history, used as a backdrop for scenes in Harry Potter, and has some stunning scenery in every season. Walk, run, and cycle through some parks and meadows that showcase some beautiful and unique fauna and flora, especially in the springtime. Learn a bit about the Bronze Age history of a meadow and have a peek into the city’s scenic history as it was relatively unharmed during the bombings of WWII. Join us and explore the small but jam-packed city of some impressive alumni, including J.R.R. Tolkien, Emma Watson, and C.S. Lewis.

This route is for an intermediate rider as it has some unpaved parts and busy road sections. Take your time along this route as you begin at New Marston Meadows, pit stop...
This is an intermediate run with unpaved parts along the way. During the rainy season, some sections may be flooded. The route starts in Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Park and takes you through...
A fun fact about Oxford is that it was once a temporary capital city of England in the 1640s, used as the headquarters of King Charles during the English Civil War. A...
This route will surely bring a smile to you and your furry friend. Visit a couple of dog-friendly cafes, walk through Aston’s Eyot, which was previously a trash tip, beautiful Christ Church...
This 9km circular route starts in Jericho and takes you through Port Meadow, past Godstow Abbey, and along the River Thames. Please note that parts of Port Meadow can become muddy or...