Hiking London has never been easier, and with some of the most beautiful counties only an hour away, here are some of the best walks near London.
If you join the Thames Path at Marlow Bridge you can then follow the river downstream, passing through Temple Marina, Cookham Dean Chalk Pit and riverside paths.
If you are hiking London, you should take on the walk from Ockley to Leith Hill, to the highest point in southeast London.
The South Downs Way is one of 15 National Trails in England and Wales and was the first bridleway National Trail in England.
Starts and finishes at Hampstead Underground Station and is around 6 miles, taking around 3 hours for one of the best hikes in London.