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Warburg Nature Reserve

Location?: Berkshire
Type of disability vehicle?: All terrain wheelchair
Type of Route?: Circular route
If section, from where to where?: Actually a network of routes through the reserve
Route website address: http://www.bbowt.org.uk/reserves/warburg-nature-reserve
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Length of Route in miles?: A few miles depending on chosen route
Route surface?: Gravel/hard ground
Route difficulty?: Medium
Brief Route description?:

The Warburg Nature Reserve is a gem of natural beauty. A wonderful place to enjoy unspoilt nature. They have a Tramper all-terrain electric wheelchair which can be hired at a small charge, but you would be well advised to ring ahead and book it.
I had a wonderful time in the reserve and it was my first experience of using a Tramper, which are fantastic. Their ability to handle almost any terrain gives a real sense of freedom.
The warden will provide you with an introduction to the tramper and a map and guidance on the trails you can use.

User ID?: rayadmin
Name of person submitting route?: Ray – Oxfordshire

      Comments:

      Ray – Oxfordshire

      June 8, 2015 at 4:06 pm

      Please note there is a comment on the site (8th June 2015) saying that “The last mile of lane from Bix to Warburg Nature Reserve is in very poor condition and due to be patched”

      Ray-Oxfordshire

      February 17, 2016 at 1:20 pm

      The reserve has recently made improvements to their Tramper trail making it possible to avoid a section that could be less than ideal in the wrong conditions. They’re very keen for more people to use the Tramper.

      Ray-Oxfordshire

      February 17, 2016 at 1:23 pm

      The last mile of lane from Bix to the Warburg Nature Reserve has now been fixed by the council and should not present any problems.

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