CIRCULAR from WINDSOR
Via River Thames and Dorney, returning along part of the Jubilee River.
Pub/picnic/Cafe lunch at Dorney.
WIMBLEDON to KINGSTON
Linear walk via Richmond Park.
Lunch at the New Inn, Ham Common.
After lunch, along by the River to Kingston.
GREENSAND WAY: NUTFIELD to OXTED
Linear walk through a mix of pasture, arable fields and woodland, and some fine escarpment views.
Early picnic/pub lunch stop at Bletchingley.
HAMPTON COURT to SHEPPERTON
Riverside walk along Thames Path.
Â£2 needed for Ferry crossing at Shepperton
REGENT'S PARK to SOUTH BANK
Easy, mainly flat, interest walk with a brief coffee/toilet stop at the cafe by the lake in Regent's Park. Continue to Primrose Hill for the views (weather permitting).
Descend and walk along the north bank of the Regents Canal to Granary Square, Kings Cross for a 45 minutes picnic/cafe/pub lunch stop.
After lunch, continue through Bloomsbury Squares to Aldwych and Waterloo. Opt out points.
FINSBURY PARK to GOLDERS GREEN
Walk via Highgate and Hampstead Heath.
Cafe/picnic lunch at Kenwood.
Afternoon walk via Golders Hill Park.
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BOX HILL and POLESDEN LACEY
Hilly circular walk. Come and see how the other half live. Cafe/picnic lunch at Polesden Lacey.
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HAMPSTEAD to ARCHWAY
Early spring walk through parks and gardens in leafy Hampstead/Highgate, in quite a hilly area.
Cafe/picnic lunch at Kenwood house.
BOX HILL to LEATHERHEAD via MICKLEHAM
Strenuous morning with Box Hill and White Hill before a late picnic/pub lunch at The Running Horse in the pretty hamlet of Mickleham. (Opt out point)
After lunch, down Mole valley to Leatherhead.
COULSDON and HAPPY VALLEY
Easy to moderate walking (steep in places) via woodland and a "new' village.
Circular interest walk including Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park and Holland Park.
WARWICK AVENUE to ANGEL
Linear walk via Regents Canal to Angel Underground Station.
Pub/picnic lunch at Camden Lock
HAMPSTEAD and KEATS
Circular walk from Hampstead Heath station passing Keats' House (where he lived 200 years ago and wrote "Ode to a Nightingaleâ€), Hampstead Parish church and adjoining cemetery with several famous graves.
Lunch stop at Golders Hill Park.
Then across Hampstead Heath to Kenwood and return.
HAMPTON COURT to HAMPTON HILL
Linear "dog-leg" walk via Barge Walk to Hampton Wick for Cafe/picnic/pub lunch stop.
Then through Bushy Park, Woodland Gardens and Water Garden. Possible tea stop at end of walk at Hampton Pool
Opt out points at Hampton Wick and the Diana Fountain.
Circular via Bushy Park, Home Park and Woodland Gardens.
Picnic/pub lunch at Hampton Court.
MERSTHAM and St MARGARET'S WELL
Circular from Merstham Station across open fields, pastures and woodland.
Several stiles. Could be muddy.
Pub/picnic lunch at Mugswell.