This walk begins from the Cutty Sark in Greenwich and heads through Deptford, Rotherhithe and Bermondsey, overshadowed by the massive towers at Canary Wharf across the river.
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The walk takes in the pretty village of Strand-on-the-Green and on through Brentford, Syon Park, Isleworth, St Margarets, Twickenham, Strawberry Hill and Teddington, the tidal limit of the Thames.
This walk parallels the route of the famous Oxford v Cambridge boat race from Putney to Chiswick, continuing on to Richmond where I stopped (after an abortive attempt to continue onto Teddington).
As it follows the banks of the river, the path is flat, making for easy walking and with much of the river being a busy waterway, there is usually plenty of activity to watch.
The impressive Thames Barrier, opened in 1984 to protect London from flooding, marks the start of this walk.
From Greenwich the path heads west around the Isle of Dogs and then round the modern Docklands area, giving views of the many sky-scrapers that now exist there.
Continuing west the path passes Limehouse Basin and the Regents Canal continuing through historic Wapping and St Katherine's Dock under Tower Bridge and into central London, following the embankment west to Embankment Station.Starting from the busy town of Staines, this walk heads from the re-developed riverside out to the meadows of Runnymede, where the Magna Carta was signed.The meadows give way to the residential properties lining the Thames at Wraysbury before heading along the edge of Windsor Great Park through the attractive village of Datchet and finally Windsor, with it's magnificent castle.The Thames becomes considerably more rural beyond Hampton Court, passing through the last of the London suburbs and out into the towns of Surrey, ending in Staines.The path passes several locks and weirs on this section of the path and even includes a ferry crossing.There is some more "inland" walking round Wandsworth, then into Wandsworth park and into Putney, the end of the walk.