The Three Horseshoes Laleham Walk is a 6.1 kilometer loop trail located near Staines-upon-Thames, Surrey, England that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and bird watching.

Distance: 6.1 km Elevation Gain: 106 m Route Type: Loop


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A circular pub walk from the Three Horseshoes in Laleham, Surrey. The Three Horseshoes is a friendly independent pub that's casual enough to be comfortable, whilst smart enough to feel special. The walking route takes in the village highlights, the peaceful Penton Hook Island, a long stretch of the Thames Path and Laleham Park. There is plenty of historical interest, lots of wildlife and boatlife to enjoy on the Thames and even a chance for a paddle. The walking route is almost entirely flat. Whilst half the paths are surfaced, the other half are across grass and dirt paths which can be muddy in the winter months and after periods of rain. There are no stiles or kissing gates on route, just one single gate (which is quite generous) and several fairly wide footbridges to negotiate. (Only one of the bridges, across the lock gates, has a single step up to it so the route would be suitable for a rugged pushchair). Dogs are welcome on the permissive paths on Penton Hook Island and a dog waste bin is provided here. Approximate time 2 hours.

Nice walk. Beautiful houses. Quite a lot of roads. No car park at horseshoes pub. Public car park I’d follow road around and go straight over island on right

7 months ago

Really nice walk - especially around Penton Hook Lock / Island with lots of interesting riverside properties, houseboats etc. Three Horseshoes pub was lovely albeit a bit pricey and unexpectedly busy so we were lucky to get a table.

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Pub looked lovely. We got there at about 4.30pm on a Sunday and it was full so think of booking beforehand!

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