Walking, running, exploring. Rarely indoors since 1993.
Walk London is a TfL controlled scheme to get Londoners walking. As part of this there are seven dedicated walking routes. Soph and I focused on the four circular ones in decreasing size.
London Outer Orbital Path24 stages walked of 24
Capital Ring15 stages walked of 15
Jubilee Greenway9 stages walked of 10
Jubilee Walkway0 stages walked of 5
Green Chain0 stages walked of 11
Lea Valley Walk1 stages walked of 6
We've walked a lot of London, now for a new challenge.
North Downs Way1 stages walked of 15
Thames Path1 stages walked of 21
Hadrian's Wall Path0 stages walked of 6
And for quick days out, some short local routes
Abbey Line Trail1 stage walked of 1
The Ebury Way1 stage walked of 1
Dollis Valley Greenwalk1.5 stages walked of 6
The Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial Walk0.5 stages walked of 1
The Chess Valley Walk1 stage walked of 1
Hillingdon Trail1.25 stages walked of 6
Chiltern Link1 stages walked of 1
South Bucks Way2 stages walked of 2
Hertfordhsire Chain Walk4 stages walked of 15
And when not walking, I run! Here's my virtual trophy cabinet.
parkrun 50 club
parkrun 100 club
parkrun 250 club
parkrun 25 Volunteer club
Croxley Christmas Cracker 10K
Watford Mencap Santa Dash
City Runs - 1 Hour
City Runs - Clapham 10K
City Runs - Shoreditch 10K
City Runs - Fulham 10K
A few other things get me outdoors. If I find that I'm near a trig point, I like to go and find it (I only started counting in late 2015 any I visited before are not included in the count).
London is surrounded by Coal Posts used for taxation in the past, I'll go and find them too if I am close.