We know London is the best city in the UK (we may be a bit biased here) but every now and again we like to get out of the city and stretch our legs. Want to head out for a walk this weekend? Well, look no further. We have rounded up a few stunning walks in London for all levels of fitness and ability.
Seaford To Eastbourne, 13.8 miles
This stunning cliff-top hike along the Seven Sisters includes views of Beachy Head, Cuckmere Haven river valley and finishes in the seaside town of Eastbourne.
How to get there: Trains from London Victoria to Seaford take around 90 minutes.
Time it will take: Three hours for transport and seven hours for the hike.
Ockley To Leith Hill, 7 miles
If you’re after some ridiculously beautiful views then this is the hike for you. Climbing to the highest point in the south east, you will go through green meadows and past gorgeous old cottages. On a clear day from the top of the tower you can see the clock face on Big Ben and the English Channel.
How to get there: Trains from London Victoria take about 65 minutes.
Time it will take: Two hours for the transport and around four hours for the hike.
Henley via Stonor, 13.6 miles
Sitting on the edge of the Chiltern Hills, this hike is a charming mix of hidden valleys, woodland and farmland – and includes a pub stop along the way.
How to get there: Trains run hourly between London Paddington and Henley station.
Time it will take: Three hours for transport and seven hours for the hike or four hours for the 8.8 mile alternative.
Hampstead Heath, 6.5 miles
One you don’t even need to jump on the overground for, this hike begins and ends at Hampstead underground station on the Northern Line. It explores some of London’s best-loved places, passing by Highgate Cemetery and stopping on the top of Parliament Hill.
How to get there: Take the Northern Line up to Hampstead.
Time it will take: Around three hours.