Pass through the Goring Gap on today's walk from Wallingford to Pangbourne.
On the next stage to Pangbourne you will walk through the Goring Gap, between the Chiltern Hills and the Berkshire Downs. In the Ice Age the river’s way was blocked by glaciers but it found a weak spot in the chalk, permanently changing the river’s course. Also passing through Streatley (twinned with Goring) is an area of importance to early Britons; these towns are certainly worth a stop. Pangbourne is next, famous as the place where Kenneth Grahame, author of Wind in the Willows lived during his formative years. Jimmy Page, guitarist for Led Zeppelin also lived in the village.
These maps are designed to be used in conjunction with the Thames Path Guide Book (Trailblazer)
You may also use the QR code to download the GPS tracks onto the Macs Adventure Smartphone App (please see your information pack for more details on how to use the app).
In the meantime, using these elements alongside each other should go a long way to ensure you have a safe, enjoyable and problem free day.