Parkland Walk, London
Parkland Walk, London - Address
Address: Florence Road, London N4 3EY, UK
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About Parkland Walk, London
The Parkland Walk is a 2.5-mile (4.0 km) linear green walkway in London, which follows the course of the railway line that used to run between Finsbury Park and Alexandra Palace, through Stroud Green, Crouch End, Highgate and Muswell Hill. It is often mistakenly described as 4.5 miles long, but even taking in the gap between the two sections it still only totals 3.1-miles (5.0km). The route follows the bridges and cuttings of the line, but avoids the closed surface section of Highgate station and its adjoining tunnels, which are closed to walkers for safety reasons. The walk is almost all in Haringey, but a short stretch between Crouch Hill and Crouch End Hill is in Islington, and this section incorporates Crouch Hill Park. The walk is a local nature reserve and a Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation. It was declared a local nature reserve in 1990 and is London's longest such reserve. Between Finsbury Park and Highgate, the path forms part of the Capital Ring strategic walking route.Wikipedia
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Great former railway path that's very popular with dog walkers and has a good number of cyclists and others using it too. Good if you're training your dog on recall as there are mostly only two escape routes (forward and back) rather than the 360 degree escape routes you get in parks. Also a nice route to Finsbury Park, which I wouldn't otherwise bother taking the dog to. The surface is quite rough in many places and access is many locations involves stairs, so wheelchair / mobility scooter users may struggle
A green and car free place at the heart of the world's greatest city centre can never go wrong, can it? Brilliant place for stalls, runs, dogs walking and just sitting and connecting with nature. Wouldn't advice being there in the dark
The slopes promises great leg excercise and the views are nice if not breathtaking.
London's secret walk excellent if you want peace in the city . Great to spot wildlife .
Nice pleasant walk way. Also great for cycling are there is a place for skating and climbing