Guidebook

Long-Distance Walking Trails in South Of England

All roads lead to London!

Description

No matter whether you are planning a day hike, an excursion lasting several days or a pilgrimage, you will find the right path in this guidebook.
The routes are intended for severe hike lovers. In general, all tours are provided for hiking that last several days.

One of the proposed tours highlights include the lovely Ashdown Forest, the White Horse near Alfriston and the wonderful final coastal stretch that gives views of the Seven Sisters Cliffs and Tidemills beach. The path also passes through the beautiful Cuckmere Valley with splendid views of Cuckmere River and Cuckmere Haven to enjoy. Another proposed route passes through Blenheim Park (a World Heritage Site), Oxford, Stonor, Marlow, Cookham, Burnham Beeches and continues on the Grand Union Canal and the River Thames to its end at the Globe.

You will definitely will find your own unforgettable path that will leave a mark on your impressions!

Hadleigh to Stratford Legacy Walk

Hadleigh to Stratford Legacy Walk

117.5 km
A walk created to celebrate the 2012 Olympic games in London. It runs from Hadleigh, in Essex, to the Olympic Park in Stratford, London.
Private
Green London Way

Green London Way

London
159.8 km
Explore the best and most beautiful of London's open spaces on this circular walk through the capital.
Private
London to Brighton Walk

London to Brighton Walk

London
100.1 km
This long distance walk takes you from the city to the coast, following the route of the London to Brighton Challenge.
Private
Vanguard Way

Vanguard Way

London
103.0 km
It's the perfect route for walkers! This trail runs from the outskirts of London, through Ashdown Forest, Alfriston and Cuckmere Valley to the stunning East Sussex coast.
Private
Grand Union Canal Walk

Grand Union Canal Walk

London
225.0 km
The Grand Union Canal Walk runs along the length of the canal which links England's two biggest cities from Little Venice in Paddington into the heart of Birmingham. As it links the two major English cities it was a major transport link before the coming of the rail and road travel. These days the canal is almost exclusively used by pleasure craft and the towpath by the pleasure craft persons and by leisure and long distance walkers.
Private
Shakespeare's Way

Shakespeare's Way

193.2 km
Shakespeare's Way is a long distance footpath which runs from William Shakespeare's birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon to Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London which is proabably the most celebrated location to stage the world renowed playwrights works. Between start and finish the route passes through Blenheim Park (a World Heritage Site), Oxford, Stonor, Marlow, Cookham, Burnham Beeches and continues on the Grand Union Canal and the River Thames to its end at the Globe.
Private
Thames Path Long Distance Path Directory

Thames Path Long Distance Path Directory

295.3 km
The Thames Path is 184 miles long and follows the river downstream from its source at Thames Head near Kemble to the Thames Barrier in the city of London.
Private