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The Anglers, Teddington Lock and Ham House Walk

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The Anglers, Teddington Lock and Ham House Walk is a 3.5 mile loop trail located near Richmond upon Thames, London, England that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running.

Length 3.5 mi Elevation gain 259 ft Route type Loop
Kid friendly Hiking Walking Running Lake River Pub walk
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A circular pub walk from The Anglers in Teddington, Middlesex. The Anglers is a delightful, family friendly bar, serving up great fare from a peaceful riverside location, making it a blissful spot for a lingering meal or quick refreshment. The walking route crosses the Thames, before exploring the opposite bank with chance to see famous landmarks including Teddington Lock, Eel Pie Island and Ham House along the way. The route is almost entirely flat, with no gradients to speak of. There are no gates or stiles on route, but you will need to negotiate some generous staggered barriers (these are wide enough for pushchairs). There are two flights of steps, but these can be avoided by using the ramps alongside. All the paths are tarmac or stone, meaning they are nice and firm all year round. Dogs are welcome on all the paths, in fact this is a popular dog walking area. Allow 1.5 hours.

The Anglers is located on Broom Road in Teddington, directly alongside the river by Teddington Lock. You will probably find it easiest to arrive by public transport. Teddington train station is half a mile up the High Street (from the station go left onto Station Road, then right onto the High Street, go ahead at the lights into Ferry Road and follow this swinging right into Broom Road to find the pub). The area is well connected by bus, there are stops along Ferry Road - you will need the R68, 281 or 285. If you are coming by car, the pub has its own small car park and there is some street parking available (but check local restrictions). Approximate post code TW11 9NR.

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Zoé Roff
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Roy Barnes
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Dane Barnes
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Suswati Basu
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Nice trail but rather crowded, much of it was through back residential roads which can get boring. But the Thames side and Ham House was lovely.

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Joe Noble
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rajeev rajeev
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Enjoyed every bit, went with family. Walking by the riverside was the best.

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Philip Adams
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Excellent, mostly off-road walk along the Thames, including walking past beautiful Ham house. Highly recommended!

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Adam Lee
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Shelly K.
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uk epick
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Frank Parker
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Frank Parker
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Jordan Christie
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Girish Kar
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Tien Lam
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Richard Cusden
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Holly Corcoran
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John Mckenzie
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