Last updated:

10th October 2023

Find a public right of way

Find public rights of way on a map

Visit our interactive map to view public rights of way, along with the location of features including benches, gates and stiles. Our thanks to Loddon Valley Ramblers for their help with this project.

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. Visit the National Trail website for more details.

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 

Meeting agendas and minutes

Visit the  West Berkshire Council website to read more agendas and minutes.

More information

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.

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