Faringdon Folly is a 8.9 kilometer loop trail located near Faringdon, Oxfordshire, England that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Distance: 8.9 km Elevation Gain: 193 m Route Type: Loop

hiking

walking

partially paved

views

city walk

historic site

A circular walk from the Cotswold town of Faringdon. The walk passes the striking local landmark of Faringdon Folly, built by Lord Berners in 1935 and gifted to Faringdon in 1983, and later passes through the small village of Littleworth. The walk is along field paths, which can be muddy in wet weather, and small lanes. The terrain is mostly flat but with some gentle inclines. There are a number of stiles and kissing gates along the route. The final stage of the walk affords fine views to the north-west.

11 months ago

If you want to climb the folly and experience the amazing views, check their website. It is run entirely by volunteers and has limited opening.

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