That’s the London Summits Walk. About 320km, starting and finishing at Chancery Lane Tube station, and linking up all the borough summits in the capital. That’s Horsenden Hill, Havering-atte-Bower, and Westerham Heights for three, and although they might seem more exciting than Mare Street, Marks Gate, and Willesden Junction (the station isn’t a summit, but there are two just down the Harrow Road), it’s the way that the route sews up the built environment and the green environment into an ever-changing kaleidoscope of London life that makes the London Summits Walk so different from other London routes. It visits every borough, and does not shirk suburbia.
Pop over to the route’s homepage to discover the walk … and why its other name is the Capital C.