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Walks For


Greater London

UK Capital - London

Walking the East End’s Canals - a fascinating tour of the canal system used in days gone by to transport goods from London to the Midlands and other areas of the UK. File is in PDF format.

Brixton Heritage Trails has six walks that explore the lesser-known byways in the Brixton area. A must for those interested in the heritage of the area.

Wimbledon Walks - three short walks in this famous London district.

Apart from Wembley Stadium, Brent has never really been known as a tourist hotspot, but you may be surprised to learn that taking a walk around Brent can reveal green leafy lanes, 100 hectares of nature reserve, a large reservoir feeding the Grand Union Canal and many places of historical and architectural interest. Four walks listed.

The London Guide is a good resource for visitors who want to see the capital on foot. Numerous walks listed, even one (of a sort) for rainy days!

Barnes Wetlands, London

A fairly new site, the CVRP is “a web site that allows you to locate walks, activities, places to visit, transport links and facilities in the Colne Valley Regional Park.” Under the Borough of Hillingdon umbrella, the site has plenty of information for this perhaps surprisingly green area.