The Jubilee Greenway Walk marks Her Majesty the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. This 37 mile walking and cycling route is exactly 60 kilometres long - one kilometre for each year of Her Majesty's reign. It will link many of London’s impressive Olympic Games venues.
You’ll pass by the O2 Arena, which will host the gymnastics, trampoline, basketball and wheelchair basketball events or make a short detour to Greenwich Park where the equestrian and modern pentathlon events will take place. Stroll or pedal your way alongside the river to Whitehall to see Horse Guards Parade being transformed into courts for beach handball. Dip your toe – or more if it’s warm enough – into the Serpentine at Hyde Park where the 10km open water swim will take place and imagine the speed and excitement of the road cycling which reaches its conclusion in Regent’s Park.
This website shows the official line of the trail. Occasionally it is necessary to divert sections of the route, contact the local London Borough for information about diversions.
The Jubilee Greenway has been waymarked with distinctive glass pavement slabs – The Queen unveiled the one outside Buckingham Palace on 29th February 2012! link to YouTube news clip. The vast majority of them point in the direction of travel.
For information about the Jubilee Walkway Trust click here.
For cyclists, you might also like to order a free cycling map from TfL to take with you (as in parts the walking route is different from the cycling route)
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