Public rights of way interactive map
The Borough's public rights of way can be viewed online via an interactive mapping system called PlanAccess. View the public rights of way interactive map.
To run PlanAccess you will need the java plug called Virtual Machine installed on your PC and the pop up blocker must be switched off. If you are a new user of PlanAccess see our Wokingham maps page for more information and help to set up your PC.
Thames Path public right of way
The Thames Path (National Trail) is a long distance walking route and follows the River Thames through the outskirts of Reading, Sonning, Wargrave, Henley-on-Thames and Remenham.
Ordnance Survey maps
Ordnance Survey maps have public rights of way shown and are available from good bookshops. The maps covering the Wokingham borough are:
- Explorer map 159 scale 1:25000 ‘Reading, Wokingham and Pangbourne’ (covers the majority of the borough)
- Explorer map 171 scale 1:25000 ‘Chiltern Hills, West Henley-on-Thames and Wallingford’
- Explorer map 160 scale 1:25000 ‘Windsor, Weybridge and Bracknell’
Contact us to request a leaflet showing the public rights of way in each parish.
Ramblers Association booklets
The Ramblers Association has published booklets describing walks in the borough. These are available from the Information Centre at Wokingham Town Hall and most good bookshops.
For information about the countryside and the Countryside Code visit the Natural England website.