The walk explores one of London’s best known and loved open spaces. It ascends the viewpoint of Parliament Hill, skirts the edges of the Heath before affording the chance to visit one of Britain’s most important art collections.
It then plunges into the heart of the Heath before emerging by the Whitestone Pond, and returns to the start via some delightful streets.
Pass Erno Goldfinger's house (Yes The James Bond film was named after him)
Visit Parliament hill and get amazing views of London
Lunch and visit the delightful Kenwood house where we can see the works of Rembrandt, Vermeer, Turner and Gainsborough
Pass by the quaint St Mary's St Michaels & St Joseph's Churches
Distance: 8.0 miles (approx) Could be a bit shorter
A pub stop at the end of the walk (there are no pubs around the area big enough to accommodate a large group so we will need to split up depending on numbers)
Terrain: Mainly along paved footpaths. Several ups and downs
Pace: This is a walk not a hike, however good level of fitness is required & a reasonable pace so we can finish on time
Meet at: Hampstead Underground station (Northern Line)
Lunch: 1 hour lunch break at Kenwood house (Free entry). Bring a packed lunch, there is also food and drinks available to buy there
Finish time: 4.30pm (approx)
Walk leader: Amit
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