Places of Interest nearby
Location address: United Kingdom, South Oxfordshire, Little Wittenham
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The distinctive Wittenham Clumps may be seen from various points in the middle third of the ride. The clumps contain some of the oldest stands of trees in the country and offer spectacular views. One of the clumps has the remains of a Hill Fort.
View of Wittenham Clumps with Dorchester in the foreground. The clumps are amongst the oldest stands of trees in the country. The hill on the left was once an iron age fort. From the clumps there are far reaching views in every direction.
Wittenham Clumps is the common name for a pair of wooded chalk hills in the Thames Valley, in the civil parish of Little Wittenham in Oxfordshire (part of Berkshire until 1974).