This leisurely evening stroll takes us along the Regents and takes us past some of London's finest industrial heritage and the most elegant Regency houses in London. We climb Primrose Hill for panoramic views over the city Regents Park and the Zoo, before continuing through Maida Vale to the charming waterways of Little Venice where a Gem of a pub awaits us.
Meeting Point, 18.15 Kings Cross railway station outside Leon by the main ticket office, I will have a meet up sign.
Cost, £3.00pp pay on the day.
Details, 6km 4m on easy towpaths with a walk up Primrose Hill approximately 2 1\2 hrs walking.
We will leave Kings Cross Station and walk to the Canal Museum, built in 1860 as a warehouse to store ice, we join the Regents Canal and follow the towpath to St Pancras Lock Basin and Camden Lock, we pass Dingwalls club which was once a stable for resting canal horses.
At Regents park we Leave the canal to take a short walk up to Primrose hill for views over the city. Rejoining the Canal we pass London Zoo and the Aviary to reach the Maida Hill Tunnel, London's Longest canal tunnel 250m long.
A short walk through Maida Vale brings us too the charming waterways of Little Venice and the Prince Alfred pub. Warwick Avenue (bakerloo line) and Paddington are only a short walk away.
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