The Three River Walk, 4.9 miles
The Three River Walk is a circular route that follows the Duke of Northumberland’s River from Kneller Gardens to Isleworth, returning via the River Thames and the River Crane.
Hogsmill Walk, 4 miles: follow along part of the Hogsmill Valley to enjoy the lovely views of the river and finishing at Tolworth Court Farm. More info and downloadable maps here
Chessington Countryside Walk, 5 miles: beautiful countryside views, rich wildlife and local history. All the information and maps here
Ealing Circular Walk, 5 miles
This walk will take you through Ealing Common (where you can start), Baillies Walk, St. Mary’s Church and nature area, Lammas Park and Walpole Park and Ealing Common.
You’ll find some interesting points such as 15 Church Road; one of Ealing’s earliest houses dated 1600! and Pitzhanger Manor; country home of the architect Sir John Soane.
Barnes, Chiswick and Hammersmith Circular Walk, 5.5 miles
Starting at either Barnes Bridge, Chiswick, or Hammersmith stations. The walk takes you in both banks of the Thames but you’ll also explore some points of interest such as the classical gardens of Chiswick House, Hogarth’s grave up to the beautiful Leg o’ Mutton Nature Reserve.
The River Crane Walk, 2.73 miles
This walk that will take you along River Crane from Twickenham to Feltham.
On the way, you will be able to appreciate the rich wildlife that inhabits in this green corridor and explore Crane Park Island Nature Reserve and see the Shot Tower.
Take the Loop between Kingston Bridge to Hatton Cross, 8.5 miles
The London Outer Orbital Path (LOOP) is a walk consisting of 24 sections between Erith station and Purfleet – Section 9 from Kingston Bridge to Hatton Cross, will take you through extensive stretches of green. You’ll get to see Bushy Park, Crane Park and Hounslow Heath, each area with beautiful natural landscapes & wildlife and points of interest. Transport links off the Loop are limited so make sure you’ve planned how to get back!
Walk around Barnes, 2.3 miles
The Barnes Trail is a circular walk (with a 3-mile Extension) that will show Barnes at its best.
This is a walk to learn about Barne’s history and enjoy its beautiful villages