Aerial Photo View of the Thames Path
Cycling on the Thames
Walking on the Thames
Greenwich to Cheshunt
Follow NCN route 1 on this plesant ride through north London into Hertfordshire. The ride starts by the Thames at the Cutty Sark in Greenwich and crosses to the Isle of Dogs via the Greenwich tunnel. This section gives splendid views of the River Thames and Canary Wharf.
Shortly after leaving the Thames behind you will come onto the Lee Valley path which will take you along the Regent's canal and through Tower Hamlets and Victoria Park. You then join the River Lee near Lea Bridge for some more waterside riding. The off road path then takes you past various Reservoirs until you reach the lovely
Lee Valley Park
- London's largest open space. After going through the park you will soon pass close to Waltham Abbey in Essex before you arrive at the finish point at Cheshunt station next to Cheshunt lake.
Please see the map below for a basic overview of this route or
to see a
photographic aerial view
with points of interest and photographs
21 miles (34 km)
Memory Map Route
Greenwich to Cheshunt.mmo
Greenwich to Cheshunt.gpx
West Warwick Reservoir
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Map (Route in Red)
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