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wandern
schlammig
13 days ago

A nice circuit of the Heath with Kenwood handily placed halfway for coffee and also two cafes near the end. Very muddy on some paths (Jan 2020) - a pity as there’s nearly always an alternative hard-surface path that could be taken. Busy with dog-walkers & runners particularly at weekends.

wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
19 days ago

wandern
käfer
abseits des Weges
schlammig
überflutet
22 days ago

I would recommend this trial to any one and it is dog friendly, there are great views and a good mix of surface to walk on. You can't walk near to the large mansion as there is a new homes developments underway. There is a boot wash at the end of the trial next to the toilets.

Lovely walk with very pretty views. Highly recommend waterproof shoes with a lot of grip, gets very sludgy after rainfall!

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

One of my favourite walks, but I wouldn't classify it as "Easy". There is a fairly steep hill on the west side of the main road and in winter, that can get quite slippery with mud, making it a tougher walk, only for those with plenty of "oomph"! Our regular Sunday walking group has at least two members who will decline this walk!

A little too wet and grey today to get the best out of this walk, still the autumn colours made it pleasant enough.

Me again, this time walked the loop in a clockwise direction and it works just as well. Just to add to what I said before, I have done the walk with my dog and it is dog friendly, though please keep an eye out for signs that ask you to keep your dog on a lead, there are few fields with sheep that the path runs along (outside). Also there are cattle grazing on Farthing Downs and wooded field near the pub, they were not too close on either occasion but I expect they could have been closer as they are free to roam. Overall I would say for about 3/4 of the walk my dog was off lead.

Luckily for me Happy Valley and Farthing Downs are near by so I know the area well. This walk takes in all the variety it has to offer... woodland, fields, great views, narrow paths, wide paths climbs, descents and a watering hole to boot. 5 miles on the recorder but didn’t feel like it. It is a little intricate in places so attention needs to be taken to make sure you remain on course. Muddy in places but amazingly less than expected after all the recent rain. Followed the route as described in an anti-clockwise direction. Toilet facilities at about 2 miles and Pub at 3.5 miles. A great walk that makes it hard to imagine you actually still in London.

wandern
ausgewaschen
schlammig
2 months ago

First walk in London. Lovely.

A slightly odd route through Hampstead Heath, not especially logical, but it does take you past all the highlights. mostly dirt tracks that would be very muddy after rain. several chances for food and toilets along the way.

the woods are great. the path around the golf course is ok but not as nice

gehen
4 months ago

A pleasant enough walk but being a lover of Richmond Park I know it has much more to offer than this walk incorporates. Also probably too many paths near roads for dog walkers.

wandern
4 months ago

Great!

wandern
4 months ago

Too busy this time :/

Recommend for a casual Sunday walk in the sun. No signage but difficult to get lost because there are lots of people around.

fahren mit aussicht
4 months ago

From Hilton Hotel near Paddington Station to Westminister Doubletree via Hyde Park by Silver London taxi

wandern
abseits des Weges
5 months ago

it didnt record the entire trail we did which sucks but we did most of the trail and its so lovely to just walk through, a lot of blackberries for foraging as well, we picked a small handful. near the top of the trail theres like fences and it doesnt quite lead you ON the trail, but its kind of next so it so its not so bad theres so much nature, you wouldnt even know youre in london until you get to the edge of the park

Loop on Serpentine Lake (Hyde Park)

wandern
5 months ago

A fabulous way to see parts of London that aren't in the usual guides. Choose a section, pack a picnic to have along the way, work out which bus/tube will take you to the start of your chosen section and you've got a great, economical day out in nature. And, after 15 such days (or less if you combine sections), you'll have completed the whole ring! Suitable for all ages - our children were 6 & 8yrs when we did this and they loved it.

would recommend doing anti clockwise, otherwise the end is very built up and not the best ending to the walk

gehen
6 months ago

I absolutely love walking along the Thames!! There is always so much to do and the view along the river is absolutely gorgeous. Plenty of stops to keep you occupied, bathrooms and great restaurants! London is gorgeous!

This is for City people wanting an accessible peaceful walk on a level pathway and for anyone interested in London’s history. I fit both categories and loved it. The Cathedral of Sewage is beautiful (sic). I extended it at the end down to the Royal Docks thru the exciting developments along the edge of City Airport to Beckton Park DLR. PS the Olympic Park section NW of Stratford is also a pleasing walk with lots of history.

Pretty park along the river. would not call it a hike but there was plenty of walkers, joggers and cyclists. city lights were beautiful after dark.

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