CAPITAL RING WALK
Embrace the diverse landscape surrounding London by following the Capital Ring. The path is 78 miles (125km) long in total, and Transport for London has divided it into 15 easy-to-walk sections. Circle around the city, starting and finishing at Woolwich, and enjoy gorgeous canals, parks, and woods along the way. Find map here.
GREEN CHAIN WALK
The 50-mile (80km) expanse of the the Green Chain Walk is broken into 11 manageable routes, winding through lush woodlands, eerily gorgeous cemeteries, and such architectural and design gems as Eltham Palace. Find map here.
EAST END WALK
For an urban exploration with a touch of history, follow Arthur Richard Jones’ East End Walk. Start at the curious dog-shaped Aldgate Pump and discover Leadenhall Market and the ever trendy Brick Lane. Find map here.
THE JUBILEE GREENWAY
The extensive Jubilee Greenway was plotted out in celebration of the Queen’s 60th year of rule, and features one kilometre for every year of her reign. Starting at Buckingham Palace and ending up in Limehouse Basin, the walk covers some of the most gorgeous spots in and around London, and connects all of the major Games sites featured in the 2012 Olympics. Find map here.
ROYAL LONDON WALK
Follow the Royal London Walk for the best of greenery and luxury in central London. Beginning at the picturesque St James’s Park, the walk offers the royal treatment, leading you along a path from St James’s Palace to Kensington Palace, and more gorgeous gardens and galleries along the way. Find map here.
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