Clapham JunctionTooting

Clatoo one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Clapham Junction and Tooting.

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Clapham Junction
Grid Ref TQ2722275385
Lat / Lon 51.46315° / -0.16999°
Easting / Northing 527,222E / 175,385N
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Grid Ref TQ2746071453
Lat / Lon 51.42776° / -0.16798°
Easting / Northing 527,460E / 171,453N
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Clatoo One's land is

Urban 100.0%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Philip Sparks

04 Jun 2023 Spring

Nice walk which steers clear of the busiest roads. Generally easy to follow and mainly footpaths which are suitable for all.

Fishponds Road has a long steady uphill gradient. Beachcroft Road is a n attractive road with green space on one side and a variety of attractive houses on the other.

Crossing Trinity Road can be tricky, it's a very busy road. Also it's not that easy to spot the small dirt track across Wandsworth Common. I've added a couple of pictures of the start of the path to help you find it. If you were alone or it was dark you might not want to follow the dirt track part of the route, it's not lit and is quite overgrown. There are other paths across Wandsworth common that are tarmac and have streetlights.

I've driven alongside Wandsworth common many times and hadn't spotted how lovely sections of it are, it's good to take a slow walk!.

Oliver Cannon

10 Feb 2023 Winter

Nice easy to follow route. Couple of road crossings.

David Sanderson

10 Mar 2022 Winter

A predominantly pavement based Slow Way with only a brief muddy section when crossing Wandsworth Common. I started from Tooting. The route starts on the High Street but then leaves as soon as it can to join a series of residential side streets. I understand the reason for this from the point of view of having a quieter walk, but I felt like I missed the heart of Tooting and this version of the route misses the opportunity to connect with Tooting Bec tube station. Upon reaching Wandsworth Common, the route follows a wooded dirt track rather than a paved path. I felt like I wasn't walking in the nicest part of the common. Crossing the A214 was tricky as it is a busy road, and I had to rely on congestion to get the cars to stop for me to cross. Once the route joins the cycle path, it improves. The walk along Bolingbroke Grove is not unpleasant and the final combination of streets to Clapham Junction are very pleasant. Overall, this is a good walk, but could be better, particularly as a Slow Way. I think this could all be improved by a version which follows the main road.


27 Apr 2021 Spring

This is a good route which is quite direct and takes in the expanse of Wandsworth Common. There is a sharp gradient to cross the railway bridge in the common.

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