The leaflets listed below are available to download as pdf files.

Ridgeway National Trail visitor information leaflet and timeline: the official leaflet and map for the Ridgeway National Trail published in 2023 during the 50th anniversary celebrations available to download, also available to download in an A4 printable option.  A full-colour, pocket-sized copy can also be ordered from the online Trails shop for a 50p donation to The Ridgeway. Download below:

Ridgeway National Trail Leaflet and Timeline

Ridgeway Nation Trail Leaflet A4 Printable version

Ridgeway Spotter Guide: Mary-Ann Ochota and Friends of the Ridgeway invite everyone to enjoy a visit to The Ridgeway at any time of year with this spotter guide exploring seasonal highlights. Designed for family groups, walking/cycling/horse riding groups, daily dog walkers, youth groups and others. Download below:

#RidgewaySpotter Guide

The Ridgeway – geology and gradient profile: Find out more about what lies beneath your feet on the Ridgeway National Trail. Download below:

The Ridgeway – geology and gradient profile

Water points on or close to The Ridgeway National Trail: The Ridgeway Water Points

Vehicles on The Ridgeway and connecting byways – a leaflet for the public and landowners: Know your rights and responsibilities when driving 4x4s and riding motorbikes on the Trail and connecting byways. Download below:

Vehicles on the Ridgeway and Connecting Byways – Full Leaflet

The Ridgeway Byway Sections Illustrative Map

Countryside Code: Feel confident enjoying The Ridgeway by knowing the Countryside Code. Download below:

Countryside Code

A guide to The Ridgeway PartnershipThe Ridgeway Partnership

Friends of the Ridgeway: Find out about the charity dedicated to preserving The Ridgeway and how to provide support through donations and joining as a member. Download below:

The Friends of the Ridgeway

Accessible by Train: Goring and Streatley station is the gateway to the Goring Gap, a natural corridor carved through the chalk some 12,000 years ago. With its fully accessible facilities the station is the ideal starting point for visitors with limited mobility to sample the river and countryside of the Thames valley. Download below:

Accessible by Train