As London settles down into Autumn, we’re not letting go of outdoor adventures. Walking is a great way to explore any city, but some of the best routes are the ones kept secret. Discover a different side of the city, and try 3 of the best hidden walking routes in London.
1.Regents Canal – We couldn’t make a list without mentioning our neighbouring Canal. Walking along regrets canal transports you completely out of the typical city feel. Calling what some call ‘little Venice’ or Amsterdam, explore Regents Canal this Autumn, with cafe’s and pubs to pop into along the way.
2. Primrose Hill – Walk around the village like area of Primrose Hill. Filled with grand Victorian terraces and pastel-coloured Regency townhouses. Primrose Hill park has panoramic views over Regent’s Park and the city beyond. The Regent’s Canal towpath leads to nearby Camden Market.
3. Green Chain Walk – Explore the leafy slopes of South East London as you amble from Lesnes Abbey to Crystal Palace Park, linking up 300 open green spaces on the way. It’s a 50 mile walk so unless you’re feeling incredibly ambitious, try doing it in 11 section pieces. It’s a challenge but the rewards are pretty charming…Back to All posts.