The Thames Path (National Trail Guides)

Running for 180 miles, from the river's source in country Gloucestershire to the Thames Barrier, the Thames Path is England's newest National Trail and among one of the most diverse and accessible of the country's long-distance paths. Main waymarks lead the pedestrian via serene water meadows, past the dreaming spires of Oxford and also the pageantry of Windsor as well as Hampton Court, via the heart of the Capital, to London's Docklands as well as beyond. This is the official overview of the Path– an important companion for the long-distance pedestrian and also baby stroller alike. It contains the whole path split into hassle-free sections; comprehensive Ordnance Survey maps and an accurate path description of each section; details of bus and train accessibility to the path; as well as a wealth of shade pictures.