This is one of a number of routes published by Goring Gap Cycling.
Along the east side of the River Thames to the historic market town of Wallingford. Most of the route is bridleway, passing beneath the busy Wallingford bypass via a subway.
Wallingford, one of the best-preserved Saxon market towns in the country. For more information see http://www.wallingford.co.uk.
The path along the river from South Stoke to Little Stoke is footpath, not bridleway, so it is not legal for cycling. This route runs along the B4009 for about a mile along this stretch.
If travelling in the Wallingford-Goring direction, take care at the right turn off the B4009 at South Stoke crossroads.
Perch and Pike pub in South Stoke.
Village shop in South Stoke (just off-route, but signposted).
Lots of choice in Goring and Wallingford.
For those travelling by train, this route uses the “back entrance” of Goring & Streatley station to avoid the busy junction at the top of the High Street. There are lifts available to access the platforms.