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This alternative route is slightly more direct in some locations and generally avoids main roads

This alternative route is slightly more direct in some locations and generally avoids main roads


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Grid Ref TQ2398075091
Lat / Lon 51.46122° / -0.21674°
Easting / Northing 523,980E / 175,091N
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Grid Ref TQ2605572984
Lat / Lon 51.44183° / -0.18764°
Easting / Northing 526,055E / 172,984N
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03 Aug 2022 Summer

I enjoyed this route! It was super varied. For me, highlights included walking through the beautiful arches of Henry Prince Estate (where the mayor of London Sadiq Khan was born) and across the lovely river Wandle. Having grown up in the area, I didn't know there was a path that linked the estate to the wandle. I also liked the hustle and bustle. Like the other reviewers have said, there are lots of amenities on either end.


24 Jul 2022 Summer

Enjoyed this route due to the variety of London hustle and bustle, quiet residential streets, and walking through parks. It can get really busy and noisy at parts, but they aren't very long and it was a great way to get a glimpse of what's in this area. Good amenities at either end of the route.

Public toilets available at the public library just around the corner from Putney station.

Mary Oz

24 Jul 2022 Summer

From Earlsfield the route soon left a busy main road, to pass through nice arches, under some housing, and then across a pleasant footbridge over the pretty River Wandle. There was a cycle barrier here. It continued along the Wandle Trail although we didn’t see the Wandle for trees, but walked along the edge of a park, sun-scorched from the heatwave at the time. The series of streets through Wandsworth were often busy but interesting, with an inviting-looking pub and cinema, and a fairy-tale house. There was a traffic-free bridge over the railway with walls we could see over (just, if you’re short) to view the piers of a disappeared railway bridge. Then a residential street led to the busy Putney meeting point at the station.


24 Jul 2022 (edited 25 Jul 2022) Summer

I walked from Earlsfield to Putney.
A urban walk with not a lot of shade on a hot day. Quite a variety of architecture (and an estate Sadiq Khan grew up on, I am reliably informed). A cool River Wandle. Busy parts but generally along quieter roads and cycle paths.
Agree with previous reviewers, a very pleasant walk.

David Sanderson

24 Jul 2022 Summer

Route which makes excellent use of a string of parks which contrasts with the short sections of busy road. Follows the Wandle Trail (but is not distracted by it). Stops and shops at either end as well is Wandsworth. Direct, safe and very easy to follow. Full marks.


23 Jul 2022 Summer

I walked this route from Earlsfield to Putney. There's a lot about it that's quite lovely:

- The Earlsfield High Street is really nice, with plenty of shops and restaurants to keep you occupied and entertained.
- The route largely follows the Wandle Trail between Earslfield and Wandsworth, which means you'll follow a gorgeous series of excellent parks.
- The stretches from Wandsworth to Putney along quieter back streets were excellent, with a cool view over the rail lines halfway to Putney.

I've only dinged it a star because the roads around Wandsworth are totally unpleasant to walk among (they're just loud, busy, and polluted; they are safe to walk and easy to navigate). I'd love to see an improvement there, but overall this is an excellent route I'd totally recommend. I really enjoyed walking it!.

Bostal Boy

23 May 2022 Spring

Nice route away from roads through King George's Park to Wandsworth, then using quiet residential streets to Putney.

Jane Taylor

25 Nov 2021 Autumn

Good route making use of quiet residential streets between Putney and Wandsworth, and staying with the lit 24/7 section of King George's Park between Wandsworth and Earlsfield. Would recommend.

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