Angdal one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Angel and Dalston.

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Grid Ref TQ3147083235
Lat / Lon 51.53272° / -0.10595°
Easting / Northing 531,470E / 183,235N
What3Words living.tried.slips
Grid Ref TQ3357184787
Lat / Lon 51.54618° / -0.07509°
Easting / Northing 533,571E / 184,787N
What3Words lush.birds.strain

Angdal One's land is

Urban 100.0%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Jo Wood

18 Sep 2022 Summer

A picturesque route avoiding busy roads, much of which is along the attractive Regents Canal towpath. Navigation is straightforward and the route reasonably direct. I have mixed feelings about towpath routes – they are great in the daylight hours when not too busy, but unlit in the dark may feel uneasy for many. For those who don't want to walk this one in the dark, #AngDal Two provides a good alternative.

I walked this one from Dalston to Angel on a sunny autumn morning. Leaving Dalston you enter the pretty De Beauvoir conservation area with its wide, traffic calmed streets and Jacobethan architecture. The route soon take you on to the Regents Canal towpath and follows it all the way to Angel. Lots to see from here and the canal does the navigation for you. Can be a bit busy with runners and people riding bikes so best suited to solo walking otherwise you find yourself constantly singling out on the narrow path when meeting others. Just as you finally leave/enter the canal path at Angle, its worth having a peer down the mile long canal tunnel (no towpath, so looking only). Despite being a mile long you can just make out the light at the end of the tunnel.

Derick Rethans

25 Jun 2022 Summer

I walked this route from Dalston to Angel. The route isn't very precisely drawn, but it was good enough to follow. The only change I would have made is using Duncan Street near Angel, to not have to go past the really busy A501/City Road for a little bit. The nicest bit was the canal.


31 May 2022 Spring

Mostly canal, and a nice stretch. You do have to pay attention getting onto the canal from Angel, I find, but once you're there it's easy autopilot walking with a lot of buddleia!.

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