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Join us for a stroll taking in a picturesque London Park, the lovely Highgate Village + get some fresh air on Hampstead Heath. The walk takes about 2.5 hours and ends at Hampstead Tube station on the Northern Line.
-Cost is 5£ Per walk payable in cash at the start of the walk
See ypu there:)
Join us for a lovely walk around the square mile area, linking some of the many hidden gems of gardens maintained by The City of London.
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About 3 miles long, ending at Liverpool St station where there is an affordable pub for a social
-Cost is 5£ pp payable in cash at start of walk pls
Hope to see you there:)
Outside Finsbury Park tube, in front of the Arsenal Shop
Join us for this walk through a lovely nature reserve & enjoy the autumn colours. The walk starts in Finsbury Park & follows a disused railway track which now forms a shady green corridor through to Highgate Woods, an ancient woodland (with easy to traverse pathways) dating back to at least 1600. The walk ends near Highgate tube (northern line). Afterwards there will be an optional social at a pleasant nearby pub.
There's also a spooky bat cave for halloween (optional)
Walk length: 4 miles approx. Pls scroll down for more details about the Parkland trail after the joining info below!
-Meet in front of the Arsenal shop, 1 Station Place N4 2DH (on the corner with Seven Sisters Road). Take the station Place exif from Finsbury Park tube (victoria & piccadilly lines). Turn right out of the exit. Arsenal shop is on the right, on the corner
-Cost is 5£ pp payable in cash at start of walk
PARKLAND WALK AND THE FORMER RAILWAY LINE:
Parkland Walk has been a nature reserve since 1990.
It is London's longest Local Nature Reserve and supports a remarkable range of habitats and wildlife. Over two hundred species of wild flower have been recorded and it is probably the only place in Haringey where orchids rub shoulders with dandelions and ivy clambers up fig trees.
Hedgehogs, foxes, butterflies and a vast array of birds are spotted on a daily basis and a rare species of deer, the muntjac, is spotted from time to time.
There's some excellent grafitti pieces along the way too!
The platforms of the now demolished Crouch End station still remain. The railway was constructed by the Edgware, Highgate and London Railway in the 1860s. The line opened in 1867, and closed in 1957 for passengers, remaining open for freight traffic until 1964 and to transfer tube stock between lines until 1970.
Join us for a walk around this historic South London neighbourhood! We'll explore the area around London Bridge station in this 3 mile walk which ends up near Bermondsey tube station (Jubilee line). Halfway through we'll stop for warming chi (other beverages available) at a tibetan buddhist centre.
-Cost is 5£ Per walk payable in cash at the start of the walk.
See you there:)