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The Crown and Twickenham Riverside is a 2.4 mile loop trail located near Richmond upon Thames, London, England that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Length 2.4 mi Elevation gain 144 ft Route type Loop
Hiking Walking Partially paved River Views City walk Pub walk
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A circular pub walk from The Crown in St Margaret’s near Twickenham. The Crown is a friendly and individually styled community pub, where you can enjoy delicious food with friends or maybe just a drink with your four-legged friend in the bar. The walking route explores a stretch of the nearby River Thames as well as several beautiful local gardens and parks, including Marble Hill Park, Orleans Gardens and York House Gardens. York House Gardens may be closed during public holidays. The walk is almost entirely flat and follows surfaced paths throughout. There are no gates or stiles on route, but you will need to negotiate a number of flights of steps. There are a couple of stretches of walking on quiet access roads so take care of any traffic at these points. Dogs are welcome within all the parks and gardens. Allow 1 to 1.5 hours.

The walk starts and finishes at The Crown at the junction between Richmond Road and Orleans Road in St Margaret’s. The best way to arrive is by public transport. The pub is just a 5 mins walk from St Margaret’s rail station and many buses run along Richmond Road. If you are coming by car, The Crown does have a very small car park. Approximate post code TW1 2NH. If you wish to use this, please arrive in the morning ready to complete your walk for lunch at The Crown when food service begins at 12pm. Alternatively, there is an English Heritage pay and display car park at Marble Hill Park (Waypoint 1) which costs £3.50 for 3 hours (correct March 2016). This is accessed via the vehicle entrance gate for Marble Hill Park, just a little further east along Richmond Road, approximate post code TW1 2NN.

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Jo Hinton
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Lovely walk.

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Bags Brennan
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I would never have found this beautiful walk without this App - thank you

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Kristina Vilimaite
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Beautiful place

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

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Demi Rayner
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Frank Parker
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Tigran Poghosyan
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