CAPITAL RING - (78 miles - Split into 15 sections)
- Woolwich Foot Tunnel to Falconwood
- Falconwood to Grove Park
- Grove Park to Crystal Palace
- Crystal Palace to Streatham
- Streatham to Wimbledon Park
- Wimbledon Park to Richmond Bridge
- Richmond Bridge to Osterley Lock
- Osterley Lock to Greenford
- Greenford to South Kenton
- South Kenton to Hendon
- Hendon to Highgate
- Highgate to Stoke Newington
- Newington to Hackney Wick
- Hackney Wick to Beckton District Park
- Beckton District Park to Woolwich
GREEN CHAIN - Thamesmead to Nunhead Cemetery (50 miles - Split into 11 sections)
This walking route will take you from the River Thames at Thamemead through to Nunhead Cemetery taking you through fields, parks and woodlands and visiting some historic sites along the varied route.
- Thamesmead to Lesnes Abbey
- Erith to Bostall Woods
- Bostall Woods to Oxleas Meadows
- Charlton Park to Bostall Woods
- Thames Barrier to Oxleas Meadows
- Oxleas Woods to Mottingham
- Shepherdleas Wood to Middle Park
- Mottingham to Beckenham Place Park (alternative route via Downham and Chinbrook Link to Elmstead Woods)
- Chislehurst to Beckenham Place Park
- Beckenham Place Park to Crystal Palace
- Crystal Palace to Nunhead Cemetery
JUBILEE GREENWAY - (38 miles)
This walking route will take you on a fabulous walk from Buckingham Palace to Camden and on to Woolwich and back again. On the route you will see Kensington Palace, Little Venice, Chapel Market, Victoria Park, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, O2 Arena, Greenwich Park, Pepys Park, HMS Belfast, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Buckingham Palace, Regents Park, Camden Market, Beckton District Park, Woolwich Foot Tunnel and the Thames Barrier.
If you complete the route you can visit the Transport for London website and download a Certificate to say that you have completed the route.
JUBILEE WALKWAY - (17.5 miles - Split into 5 sections)
1. The Western Loop - (6 miles)
Start and finish at Leicester Square. You will see The Mall, Parliament Square, Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, Lambeth Palace, London Eye, Southbank and the Royal Festival Hall, Tate Modern, St Paul's Cathedral, Fleet Street, The John Soane's Museum, The Royal Opera House and The National Portrait Gallery.
LEA VALLEY - Waltham Abbey to East India Dock - (15.5 miles)
This walking route follows the Lea Navigation from Waltham Abbey to Limehouse Basin.
It is split into six easy to walk routes.
- Waltham Abbey to Ponders End
- Ponders End to Tottenham Hale
- Tottenham Hale to Lea Bridge
- Lea Bridge to Three Mills
- Three Mills to Limehouse Basin
- Three Mills to East India Dock
LONDON OUTER ORBITAL PATH (LOOP) - (150 miles - Split into 24 sections)
This walking route is, basically, the M25 for pedestrians and will take you through some wonderful places. These include various parks, woods and historic sites and Hampton Court Palace.
- Erith to Old Bexley
- Old Bexley to Petts Wood
- Petts Wood to West Wickham Common
- West Wickham Common to Hamsey Green
- Hamsey Green to Couldson South
- Couldson South to Banstead Downs
- Banstead Downs to Ewell
- Ewell to Kingston Bridge
- Kingston Bridge to Hatton Cross
- Hatton Cross to Hayes & Harlington
- Hayes & Harlington to Uxbridge
- Uxbridge to Harefield West
- Harefield West to Moor Park
- Moor Park to Hatch End
- Hatch End to Elstree
- Elstree to Cockfosters
- Cockfosters to Enfield Lock
- Enfield Lock to Chingford
- Chingford to Chigwell
- Chigwell to Havering-atte Bower
- Havering-atte-Bower to Harold Wood
- Harold Wood to Upminster Bridge
- Upminster Bridge to Rainham
- Rainham to Purfleet
LOW LINE - Southwark to Bermondsey - (2 miles)
This walking route will take you along the Victorian rail viaducts and the arches that have now been converted into studios, bars, food halls, markets and much more. Sights to look out for include, Old Union Yard Arches, Flat Iron Square, Borough Market, London Bridge, Vinegar Yard, Maltby Street Market and Blue Market.
PARKLAND WALK - Finsbury Park to Alexandra Palace (4.5 miles)
This walking route follows an old railway line that ran from Finsbury Park to Alexandra Palace, taking you through some peaceful green spaces and London's largest Nature Reserve.
Look out for Muntjac deer, foxes, butterflies, hedgehogs and much more.
REGENT'S CANAL - Paddington to Limehouse - (8.5 miles)
This walk will take you from the Paddington Basin to the Limehouse Basin, following the route of the canal. Starting at Little Venice you will pass ZSL London Zoo and on through Camden and down towards the River Thames.
THAMES PATH - Richmond to the Eastern Marshes - (80 miles)
This walking route begins at Hampton Court Palace and is split into 8 sections (4 on the north bank and 4 on the south bank).
- Hampton Court to Albert Bridge
- Albert Bridge to Tower Bridge
- Tower Bridge to Greenwich
- Greenwich to East India Dock
- Teddington Lock to Battersea Park
- Albert Bridge to Tower Bridge
- Tower Bridge to Thames Barrier
- Thames Barrier to River Darent
Obviously, you could walk from the source of the River Thames, in the Cotswolds, to Henley, but this will take you 6 days, at least.
VICTORIA PARK - (213 acres)
London's oldest public park is a wonderful place to spend an afternoon. Highlights include two cafes, a lake, bandstand, a tavern and an alcove that was saved from London Bridge, when it was demolished in 1831. Known locally as 'The People's Park' it opened in 1845.
WANDLE TRAIL - Croydon to Wandsworth - (14 miles)
This walking routes follows the course of the River Wandle from its humble beginnings near Croydon to its end at the River Thames in Wandsworth.