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All reviews old railway railway line pleasant walk three horseshoes half way open countryside small children car park packed gravel great for kids easy access nice pub walking or cycling off road short distance dog walking long time
I cycle this route with my six year old son. He has a tendency to weave a bit while riding so the fact this is mainly a traffic free ride is a big plus. I was disappointed with the lack of advice on the official...More
We did a great family bike ride here yesterday with my 4 & 6 year old.
We have done it before from Thame to Towersey with my 6 year old on his bike and my littlest in a bike trailer we found the ride easy...More
Running from Thame to Princes Risborough this disused railway track (track removed) is a fabulous 6 mile track great for running, cycling or simply walking. Well used by local communities it is also marked at half mile and mile points. Well worth a visit.
A well maintained and marked path from Risboro to Thame- better suited for hybrid type tyres- definitely not for skinny road tyres. Walkers and cyclists seem to be able to share the space with no problems. Good safe family rising between these two places.
I’ve walked & cycled the Phoenix trail many times. It runs to the south of Thame across to Princes Risborough for 6 miles.It is pretty flat as it was the old railway line and is smooth tarmac for the majority except near Risborough. Half way...More
Parking depends on the time and day you go, and at what point you intend to join the trail. At the end nearest the Lord Bill's Upper School in Thame, you could try parking in the school's top car park near the main road on a... More
Parking depends on the time and day you go, and at what point you intend to join the trail. At the end nearest the Lord Bill's Upper School in Thame, you could try parking in the school's top car park near the main road on a non-school day, or out of school hours.
Not sure about the Princes Risborough end parking (try looking at GoogleMaps), although you could join the Phoenix Trail in Thame near the old railway crossing near BOC on the 'eastern Bypass'. Near that point is an essentially a private car park for the old Leyland DAF offices, but you might sneak into a space there. I don't think that they use all those spaces for workers' cars as the facility has downsized a lot in the past years.