Angdal two
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Through pretty residential streets and public squares / gardens

Through pretty residential streets and public squares / gardens


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Grid Ref TQ3147083235
Lat / Lon 51.53272° / -0.10595°
Easting / Northing 531,470E / 183,235N
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Grid Ref TQ3357184787
Lat / Lon 51.54618° / -0.07509°
Easting / Northing 533,571E / 184,787N
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Simon Fitzmaurice

21 Feb 2023 Winter

Last night, 10 Goodgym runners (and Toffee the dog) followed the Angel to Dalston Slow Ways route at about 7.30pm, under the street lights. The course proved to be nice and quiet- not overly crowded at all. Some very nice excursions towards local parks (Colebrooke Gardens, Union Street, Wilton Square etc), and some great spots to stop for a coffee or refreshments (we recommend The ARC Centre cafe on Packington Street).

A course that is best traversed on foot. The path does get a bit narrow on a few sections (near Colebrooke Gardens- which are closed in the evenings), and we couldn't find a wheelchair accessible way down to the Regent's Canal section.

Also, walking down Regent's Canal in the dark is not recommended if you do not have personal lights or are on your own.

All in all, a very pleasant Slow Way trip. We enjoyed the opportunity to do some exploring in the local area!.

Jo Wood

18 Sep 2022 Summer

A largely direct road route between Dalston and Angel, although a lot of first-left-first-right-first-left turns at the Angel end. It's pretty and safe and provides a good alternative to the Canal route of #AngDal One.

I walked this one from Angel to Dalston as part of a loop taking #AngDal One in the other direction. Both routes have their merits - One is easer to navigate but less suited to darkness hours; Two keeps to quiet roads and a few small green town squares but requires more focus to navigate.

I know the area quite well but there were still some surprises along the way. Most of the route passes through Georgian and early Victorian grand terraces and squares with wide, quiet roads. It passes close to one of Boris Johnson's old houses (Colebrooke Row) and this sets the tone for much of the walk. Includes the redeveloped Packington Square area that juxtaposes modern low-rise flats with Georgian town houses and the De Beauvoir area – one of the earliest "Low Traffic Neighbourhoods" repurposed in the 1970s.


30 Aug 2022 Summer

I walked this route from Angel to Dalston. It's great!

It's very snakey, which just is a bit annoying because I had to be constantly watching my phone to ensure I stayed on the route. The streets the route takes you down are lovely, quiet, and safe. The green squares are really lovely as well. The stretch along the Regent's Canal is specacular.

I was really, really pleased with this route. I'd happily walk it again!.

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