Extensive views from the top of Cholsey Hill and towards Wittenham Clumps.
The historic market town of Wallingford.
Busy traffic when crossing the A4130 and the A4074 (both twice).
Sharp bend left at the bottom of Cholsey Hill.
The first three miles out of Streatley are along the A329. Although this is an A road, it has a weight restriction that means heavy vehicles cannot use it, though it can be busy at rush hour.
Cafés in centre of Cholsey (no website) and at Root One Garden Centre (just off route on the A4130 north of Brightwell-cum-Sotwell).
Pubs in Cholsey, North Moreton and Brightwell-cum-Sotwell.
Lots of choice in Wallingford.
For a longer route (33 miles) in the same general direction, see Tour des Clumps.
The yew tree in South Moreton churchyard is one of the oldest trees in Oxfordshire and has been certified to be at least 1600 years old. St John the Baptist church is a couple of hundred yards south of the High Street down Church Lane. The church itself was originally built in Saxon times as a chapel for pilgrims crossing the Berkshire Downs on pilgrimage to the shrine of St Birinius at Dorchester Abbey.
The long straight on the road north of North Moreton is part of the Roman road running connecting Silchester and Dorchester.