Hiking Trails in London

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Hiking Trails in London

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  • Emily
    London, UK197 contributions
    Nice gardens, well kept & free to enter, plenty of benches for a picnic. House was small, a few interesting items to see and an interesting history. Free entry with English Heritage Membership.
    Written 7 May 2022
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  • SophiaB
    London, UK119 contributions
    It’s a breath of fresh air in South London to help get away from the hustle and bustle. It was very quiet and secluded with windy trails and although there were some other walkers there, it would be best to go with someone if you’re going for the first time.
    Written 1 June 2021
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  • Wandering_Tortoise
    London, UK53 contributions
    Favourite sections: 1,2,7

    The walk started strong, with the first two sections through central London visiting sites such as Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park and Camden.
    However, the rest of the walk along the canal until Victoria Park was pretty much the usual quiet canal. There were moments of beauty which made the journey worth it.

    However past Victoria Park and the Olympic Park, there was not much to see other than certain historical buildings. That’s if you noticed these in the first place.

    The more you travel East the less there is to see. Following the route through the estate in Section 5 led me to a closed gate which had a release button. A couple who were ahead of me and also doing the walk had not notice this button and had walked around the estate instead. There were many moments in section 4 and 5 where I needed the map to navigate around. No or few signage.

    The route had many interesting things to visit along the way and overall it’s one of the better walking routes I have been on in London.
    Written 5 June 2019
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  • Andy C
    221 contributions
    I've completed a total of three ale trails. The trick is not staying at one pub you like too long. You'll never finish and get your free t-shirt. At the third pub, you get the t-shirt with the name of that pub on it. So....if you like one of the pub names and want that one on your shirt, make that the third one you visit. Also, look at the map (available at many pubs) and pick three in walking distance from each other. On one of them, I ended up jogging about a mile over the bridge to my third stop before they closed for the night (which, by the way, is much earlier than the ones in NYC close!). Totally worth it and a fun way to have a drink in multiple pubs in London.
    Written 5 September 2018
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  • Shamroxxx
    London, UK183 contributions
    These guys really know how to get you fit. 3 groups training.

    Fun friendly and professional

    Definitely worth going
    Written 7 June 2013
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