Orange Way

Coordinates: 50°23′45.35″N 3°30′45.59″W / 50.3959306°N 3.5126639°W / 50.3959306; -3.5126639
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West of Newbury, Berkshire, the Orange Way follows the Kennet and Avon Canal towpath

The Orange Way, so called because it follows the march in 1688 of Prince William of Orange and his army from Brixham to London, is a 350 miles (560 km) unofficial long-distance walk in England that passes through Devon, Dorset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and London.[1]

Suggested route[edit]


  1. ^ "Orange Way". Long Distance Walkers Association. Retrieved 9 July 2015.
  2. ^ "Orange Way". Walking Pages. Retrieved 28 December 2017.

Further reading[edit]

  • Ham, Les (2003). The Orange Way: A Long Distance Walk Following the March of William of Orange from Brixham to London in 1688. Meridian Books. ISBN 978-1869922474.

External links[edit]

50°23′45.35″N 3°30′45.59″W / 50.3959306°N 3.5126639°W / 50.3959306; -3.5126639