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Facts about Lee Valley walking routes

by Guest537  |  7 years, 4 month(s) ago

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I’ve been living in Charlton for last five years. Now I’ve moved to Lee Valley to live with my sister. I am quite new here and don’t know much about the routes. Can someone please tell me the details about strategic walking routes of Lee Valley to other parts of London? I need an immediate reply, Thanks!

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  1. Warner

    The major highlights of the Lea Valley Walk route within Greater London include the Swan and Pike Pool near Enfield Lock, which give a memorable diversion, and two colorful marinas at the Waltham Abbey and Springfield points. Many large open spaces are crossed in order to reach there, for instance Rammey Marsh, Springfield Park, and Walthamstow and Hackney Marshes, and most of them are characterized as bird-rich nature reserves.

    For over 10km (6ml) south of Enfield Lock a series of great reservoirs contains the east bank, though only their grassy retaining embankments can be observe from the towpath. A somewhat bizarre interlude happens at Old Ford Lock, where the colorful studios of GMTV occupy the lock side. The photogenic House Mill is set behind a millpond at Three Mill Island. You can use the walking Journey Planner, in order to get a walking route help through map. Because using the advanced options, you can maximize the time for preparing yourself to walk and to get information about routes for greater distances. The route is well marked by symbols by utilizing the Swan symbol.

    Some points of Interest that is present between the Lee Valley routes are:

    • Enfield Lock/King George's Reservoir

    • Lee Valley Regional Park

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