Walk it Pink! (4104)

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    Start dateOctober 21 2023
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    Time09:30 am
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    LocationRG8 9AY
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    PriceFree - Donations on the day to Breast Cancer Now 'Wear it Pink' campaign gratefully received.

A double-loop walk in the lovely countryside around Goring-on-Thames supporting the Breast Cancer Now ‘Wear it Pink’ campaign. We will explore the Chilterns from the inside and outside as we climb the hills that frame the Goring Gap on each side of the River Thames.

Bring your walking poles to lighten the effort and the views will be worth it! Each loop will start and finish at the Village Chocolate Cafe in Goring where we can rest for some well earned refreshment. Walkers may choose the morning loop (6 miles) or the full day (9 miles combined).

Additional information

Please dress appropriately for a walk in the countryside and having regard to the British weather! Paths may be uneven, rough and muddy in part. A small rucksack is useful for personal items such as water, snacks, spare clothing etc. We advise walkers to carry personal first aid.This walk is supporting the Breast Cancer Now ‘Wear it Pink’ campaign. Donations on the day will be gratefully received.

Paths may be rough, uneven and muddy. Some significant ascent/descent, steep in part. No stiles.

Please bring food and drink for personal consumption during the walk. We will take a break for refreshment in Stoke Row (pub/cafe available). Post walk refreshment option at The Unicorn Pub.

Philippa Sanders, Pipsticks Walks. Philippa shares her passion for the Chilterns to give you a unique and rewarding walk experience. Pipsticks Walks offers inspiring special interest guided walks, Nordic walks, team walks and navigation training. Programmed activities and bespoke services available. Find us at www.pipstickswalks.co.uk
Meet at The Village Café, The Arcade, Hight Street, Goring. Car parks at Wheel Orchard or the Station (charges apply). If roadside parking in village, please park responsibly.
9 miles
Long walks (7 or more miles)
5 hours 30 minutes
Fairly strenuous (challenging - steep gradients, rough terrain)
Yes (Train - Goring and Streatley is served by GWR services linking Reading, London, Didcot, Swindon and Oxford )