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Teddington Locks to Kingston bridge and back.

Hampton Wick, Teddington, England

Teddington Locks to Kingston bridge and back.

Length3.7 mi
Elev. Gain52.5 ft
Est. Steps8500


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Stroller friendly

Kid friendly

Dog friendly

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Teddington Locks to Kingston bridge and back. is a 3.7 mile (8,500-step) route located near Hampton Wick, Teddington, England. This route has an elevation gain of about 52.5 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Canbury Gardens

Canbury Gardens is a public space in Canbury district of Kingston upon Thames, along the Lower Ham Road, covering 14½ acres area between the road and the towpath along the River Thames, downstream from Kingston Railway Bridge.

The Lensbury

Tourist Attraction
The Lensbury is a conference centre, hotel and leisure facility located on the banks of the Thames in Teddington, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The Lensbury was founded in 1920 as a club for Shell employees and was known as the Lensbury Club until the 1990s. In May 2019 it was sold by Shell to L+R Hotels.

Hampton Wick

Hampton Wick, formerly a village, is a Thames-side area of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, and is contiguous with Teddington and Kingston upon Thames. It is buffered by Bushy Park, one of the Royal Parks of London from Hampton and Hampton Hill.Economically much involved in market gardens until well into the twentieth century, with its motor and rail connections to London and such business areas as the M4 corridor its population is a mixture of commuters well within the London commuter belt.

Kingston Bridge, London

Kingston Bridge is a road bridge at Kingston upon Thames in south west London, England, carrying the A308 across the River Thames. It joins the town centre of Kingston in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, to Hampton Court Park, Bushy Park, and the village of Hampton Wick in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

Hampton Wick railway station

Hampton Wick railway station is in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, in south-west London, and is in Travelcard Zone 6. The suburb of Hampton Wick is on the opposite bank of the River Thames from Kingston upon Thames and lies at the eastern end of Hampton Court Park.It is 12 miles 44 chains (20.2 km) down the line from London Waterloo.

Kingston Power Station, London

Kingston Power Station was a coal-fired generating station on the Thames in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey (later Greater London). It ceased generating in 1980 and has been demolished.

Hampton Wick War Memorial

The Hampton Wick War Memorial in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is situated on the Hampton Wick side of Kingston Bridge, between the bridge and the entrance to Home Park. Several dozen casualties of both world wars are commemorated. Most of these men will have been lost or buried abroad, but a few are buried in the London area.

Hawker Centre, Kingston-upon-Thames

The Hawker Centre is a sports ground in Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey. Originally the Hawker's Sports Ground, it was built and owned by the Hawker Aircraft company who had factories in Kingston-upon-Thames. The ground was known prior to 1948 as the Leyland Motors Ground, due to Hawker leasing their factory to Leyland Motors, a lease which expired in 1948.

Teddington School

Teddington School is a co-educational 11–18 school located in Teddington in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames in south-west London. It has had academy status since 2012, and opened a co-educational sixth form in 2014.

Tiffin School Boat Club

The Tiffin School Boat Club (also known as TSBC) is an amateur rowing club, based in London, run by Tiffin School. It is based on the River Thames at Kingston upon Thames on the outskirts of Greater London in south-east England between Kingston Bridge and Teddington Lock. Rowers enjoy one of the longest and calmest stretches of rowing water in the UK; 4.81 miles (7.74km) between Molesey Lock upstream to the south and downstream to Teddington Lock.
Route Details


3.7 mi

Elev. Gain

52.5 ft

Est. Steps

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