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this is trial that I've walked many times with friends. Next to river or lake in hot summer days sometimes there are flys going in your eyes,ears or mouth if you keep talking :) Thats what comes with nature isn't it.

Very Nice area! short walk before work.

trail running
13 days ago

Very easy trail, scenic and comfortable!

Easy and beautiful walk, close to the trains and buses

A walk in the park literally!! All flat ,mixture of grass and concrete walking ,very easy !

An easy afternoon walk through the woods. Very easy to follow.

Unfortunately the golf course is sadly closed. You can still access it, but overgrown.

An easy walk to enjoy the canal boats and many cafe’s and markets along the way. Very enjoyable.

hiking
1 month ago

This is an easy walk that, in many spots, is absolutely delightful. It’s often very hard to believe you’re only 30 minutes or so from central London! I’d suggest that a better starting point than the recommended one is the Rose and Crown in Wimbledon Village. After a hearty breakfast or lunch, do the walk then return for ales. The makings of a perfect day!

a little crowd to walk in the weekend

Great for young kids. All flat and plenty to do along the way.

Done the trail today and, as we come to cross the main road between the two counties, it advises to cross over to the bridleway to find our next turn right signposted to Pynesfield Lake. However, due to the HS2 works taking place in those fields at the moment, the field is all fenced off and you can't turn right anywhere. You have to come back onto yourself towards Old Uxbridge Rd to find the sign for Copper Mill 003 trail. It was a shame but still enjoyable.

First time I’ve used this App so chose a local walk to start with. I must say it was near faultless tracking my movements along with the route. As for the walk this is a very easy and nice walk through the woodland area of Ruislip.

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

Loves it. Loads of stuff to do and see around the Abbey ruins

Nice common with a number of lakes/ponds to see. I took a different route to the one on here because I wanted to get away from the main roads which are right next to it.

The section between Carpenter Gardens and Barrowell Green is now reopened.

This place is beautiful, but the reason for three stars is that i would not recommend doing the outer loop. This place is huge and there is so much to see, i recommend zigging and zagging and going in the direction of what grabs your attention. There are ponds, statues, art etc to see! Watch out for all of the bikers too!!

Great views and walking path

nice, easy and a must

Super walk , great with the dogs , lots of exploring, abbey ruins along the route , lots of history.

hiking
muddy
3 months ago

Very pleasant walk, and convenient to central London, but not the elevation gain promised. Used two of my other reliable apps to track elevation and the gain is more around 350ft. Not the workout I’d hoped for, but pretty way to spend a couple hours.

I've cycled this path and some parts are very narrow but it's a pleasant cycle/probably a nicer walk by the canal.

The section between Carpenter Gardens and Barrowell Green is closed off. You have to walk along Green Lanes here.

At the moment there are roadworks at Canonbury Road which means you cannot use the zebra crossing

Walking tow-path for over 7 miles.

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