This is one of a number of routes published by Goring Gap Cycling.
The shortest and most direct route to the historic market town of Wallingford, along the east side of the River Thames.
Wallingford, one of the best-preserved Saxon market towns in the country. For more information see http://www.wallingford.co.uk.
Crossing the A4074 at its junction with the Wallingford bypass. Immediately after the roundabout at Mongewell at 4.8 miles, take the tarmac path on the left which passes onto the old course of the A4074. Now heavily-overgrown and hardly recognisable as a former A road, it’s a quiet shortcut towards Wallingford.
South Stoke has both a village shop and a pub. Both are a short distance off-road after 1.7 miles.
Lots of choice in both Goring and Wallingford.
The Moretons route gives an alternative route from Wallingford to Goring via Ipsden, with quieter roads but more climbing.