Chebat one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Chelsea and Battersea.

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Grid Ref TQ2718378065
Lat / Lon 51.48724° / -0.16959°
Easting / Northing 527,183E / 178,065N
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Grid Ref TQ2876476922
Lat / Lon 51.47661° / -0.14727°
Easting / Northing 528,763E / 176,923N
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Chebat One's land is

Urban 91.1%
Water 8.9%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



02 Sep 2022 Summer

A lovely walk through Battersea Park makes up most of this route before crossing the Albert Bridge (look out for the interesting sign attached about soldiers) and then a straight line up to Chelsea. Nice and easy to follow and plenty of stopping off points on the way.


29 Jul 2022 Summer

I walked this route from Chelsea to Battersea. There’s not much to add to the other reviewers - the route is easy to follow, interesting, and beautiful! No complaints here.

Jane Taylor

06 Jul 2022 Summer

I enjoyed this route, it makes the most of Battersea Park and crosses the river by the quirky pastel coloured Albert Bridge (break step!). Lots of dogs in the park too.
Good Slow Way, easy to follow and step free. Definitely worth its snail.


27 Mar 2022 Spring

A really nice short urban stroll down initially quiet residential streets onto a wide road with wide pavements. Then Chelsea Bridge is ahead and you are in Battersea Park for a nice stroll. There is a cafe and an ice cream fan and then down a busy dusty road to Queenstown Station.

Malcolm Jones

28 May 2021 Spring

A good park walk, largely through Battersea Park. There are lots of paths through the park & a cafe near the Batterse Park Station exit.
I suggest starting a short way further back, at South Kensington Underground station, then walk down Onslow Square & Sydney Street to Kings Road.

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