Kintol two
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Kingston and Tolworth.

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Grid Ref TQ1824269533
Lat / Lon 51.41250° / -0.30115°
Easting / Northing 518,242E / 169,533N
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Grid Ref TQ1965465980
Lat / Lon 51.38027° / -0.28205°
Easting / Northing 519,654E / 165,980N
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Kintol Two's land is

Green urban 53.4%
Urban 46.6%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Luke Reader

04 Jul 2021 Summer

Nice route with a lot of green and off-road.
Potentially some muddy sections
Fully agree with previous reviewer that the section along Old Malden Lane should be avoided - no pavements at all there (see my 9th photo of 15). Better to use London Loop diversion to Grafton Road and back.

Malcolm Jones

10 May 2021 Spring

A lovely green route alongside the Hogsmill river & through the Hogsmill Nature Reserve.
To avoid walking along the narrow & busy Old Malden Lane, I suggest following the London Loop, that takes you a little away from the Hogsmill river, as follows. Just after going under the railway bridge (with mosaics), go left uphill rather than right over the footbridge. Past the church, turn right on Church Road and in 50m, left on a narrow path marked with a London Loop sign. At the end of the path, continue on Royal Avenue, turn right on Grafton Road then right on Cromwell Road to reach Old Malden Lane & pick up the original route. Cross the road and turn immediately left on the path by the river.


03 May 2021 Spring

A great route which follows the Thames Down Link until in turns off down to Tolworth. Once out of Kingston you spend the vast majority of time in woodland and parks following the river. The paths were very quiet on the day that we walked them.

At the Maldon Way, it does not show it very well on the map but you have to leave the river and green temporarily to cross the road using a subway about 100m up the road.

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