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London (Hampstead) Permanent Walk (PT 16) 12km; Grade 1+
Organised by Ise Valley Vagabonds
Visit Hampstead Heath, with excellent views over London, pass fine residences of famous citizens and the site of Ruth Ellis's crime, before passing Kenwood House and then through Golders Hill Park with it's deer enclosure and aviary.  Toilets and Cafes.

London (Hogarth) Permanent Walk (PT 17)  18km Grade 1
Organised by Ise Valley Vagabonds
One for the tourists. It passes Chelsea Royal Hospital, Vauxhall and Lambeth bridges, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Whitehall, Buckingham Palace, the Serpentine, Albert Memorial, Albert Hall, Natural History and Science Museum. Lots to see.

Westminster & City of London Trail (PT 70) 10km Grade 1
Organised by Capiltal Trails Walking Club
This is a linear walk starting and finishing at tube stations. You pass many famous and historic sites Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Fleet Street, St Paul's Cathedral, the Monument, the Tower and Tower Bridge.

Royal London Trail (PT 94) 12km Grade 1
Organised by North London Walking Club
After strolling through Hyde Park (King Henry VIII's hunting grounds) you emerge into the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, home to the Chelsea Pensioners.  Continue to the City of Westminster, passing Buckingham Palace, St James Palace, Admiralty Arch, Trafalgar Square to Temple.

Clerkenwell & City Trail (PT 95) 10km Grade 1
Organised by North London Walking Club
Travel south from the Angel into the medieval suburb of Clerkenwell, passing 12th Century monasteries, and enter the City at Newgate (Old Bailey), then onto London's most prominent landmark and Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece, St Paul's Cathedral.

South Bank Trail (PT 96) 11km Grade 1
Organised by North London Walking Club
Walk along London's main artery, the River Thames, from Tower Bridge to Vauxhall Bridge, passing Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Sir Francis Drake's Golden Hind and the Clink Prison Museum.  Along the way you will be met with panoramic views.

Maritime Heritage Trail (PT 97) 12km Grade 1+
Organised by North London Walking Club
Journey from the Tower of London through London's re-developed Docklands, to maritime Greenwich, birthplace of Henry VIII, and the 'Centre of Time'.  Here you will find the 'Cutty Sark', Inigo Jones' Queen's House and Sir Christopher Wren's RN College.

Hampstead & Highgate Trail (PT 120) 12km Grade 2
Organised by North London Walking Club
This walk follows the high ground north of London and offers spectacular views across the city from Alexandra Palace and Parliament Hill. Halfway between these two points can be found Highgate Wood and Highgate Village, one of Dick Turpin's haunts.

Richmond Trail (PT 135) 12km Grade 1+
Organised by North London Walking Club
Starting at Richmond, site of Henry VII's Tudor Palace, you follow the River Thames west to Ham House before crossing over and travelling east, passing Marble Hill House, Syon House and the Kew Bridge Steam Museum then back over the river to Kew Gardens.

The City Church Trail (PT 142) 11km Grade 1
Organised by North London Walking Club
The story of London's churches is the story of the City itself. There were 109 churches and the route takes you past forty of the surviving fifty two, dating from the 10th to the 20th Century. Most are the work of Sir Christopher Wren (17th Century).

Pilgrim Trail (PT 174) 14km Grade 1
Organised by North London Walking Club
From Canada Water, you pass Greenland and Nelson docks, part of the Surrey Quays, on your way to the starting point of the Mayflower's journey to America. You then travel to the site of the Tabard Inn, starting point of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.

The Millennium Trail Revisited (PT 220) 11Km Grade 1
Organised by North London Walking Club
Greenwich is the centre of Time, but time continues to move on. Come and discover what has changed and what remains the same since the passing of the Millennium.

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