Having walked bits and bobs of the Thames Path as part of the Jubilee Greenway and the Thames Path Challenge all the way from the start to Henley on Thames, I decided to do it properly. So why, when I have already completed around 80 miles of this, do I not just start from Henley? Well, it would be quite nice to see the whole trail in the day time and there’s and to have a defined start and end to the route (weird, I know).
However, despite the sections of the train in Greater London being perfect candidates for winter walking and the official website stating that the prevailing wind is from the west making it a good idea to walk from the source to the Thames Barrier, where’s the fun in that? I want to pretend I am doctor Livingstone searching for the source of the Nile, So I am going the other way. This also means I don’t need to worry about the planning of getting to the more remote sections until later.
- The Thames Path
- Day One: Thames Barrier to Putney (19 Miles)
- Day Two: Putney to Hampton Court (18 miles)
- Day Three: Greenwich to Putney (15.5 miles)
- Day Four: Putney to Hampton Court (16 miles)
- Day Five: Hampton Court to Windsor (20 miles)
- Day Six: Windsor to Henley-on-Thames (22.5 miles)
- Day Seven: Henley-on-Thames to chosley (12.5 miles)
- Day Eight: chosley to Dorchester (20.75 miles)
- Day Nine: Dorchester to Oxford (17.5 miles)
- Day Ten: Oxford to Tadpole Bridge (20 miles)
- Day Eleven Tadpole Bridge to Lechlade (10.5 miles)
- Day Twelve: Lechlade to Cricklade (11 miles)
- Day Thirteen: Cricklade to The Source (12 miles)