TfL Wants Londoners To Get Off The Tube And Walk

Harry Rosehill
By Harry Rosehill Last edited 9 months ago
TfL Wants Londoners To Get Off The Tube And Walk
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As spring melts into summer, TfL's free guided walks are back with a bang. This year, there are 42 walks to choose from. That means no excuse for staying in a binging on Netflix.

Go for a mosey down hidden alleyways, stroll along the Regent's Canal, or take on an odyssey from the countryside to Canary Wharf. These are just a handful of the walks available, which take place all over Greater London.

There are also walks carefully curated for specific groups, such as a sensory and dementia friendly walk focused on the history, flora and fauna of Dulwich Park.

Lilli Matson, Director of Transport Strategy, said:

Our walking weekends provide Londoners the opportunity to explore and find out what London has to offer in an active and healthy way. There's a variety of walks that really show London from a new perspective and how different areas of the capital connect. We hope they will inspire people to go on to enjoy more journeys on foot.

These walks tend to fill up quickly, so it's best to a book a place earlier rather than later to avoid disappointment. You can see the full list of available walks here.

Last Updated 01 May 2018