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It's absolutely lovely to walk/jog/cycle along the River Lea, south will take past Here East full of bars & restaurants down to Hackney Wick & all its breweries, you can cut through the canals at Victoria Park that will take you to Kings Cross then on to Camden.
The River Lea towpath runs from our estate down to Hackney Wick and Victoria Park, where it connects to the Hertford Union Canal - that then leads to Regent's Canal - and further, all the way to the River Thames, if you fancy a really long walk. Along the path a several parks, cafés and pubs, and…
Take a walk to the River Lea & Hackney Marshes towards Hackney Wick and back. It's a lovely 3.5km walk (one way) and you can enjoy a beer or coffee along the way or stop for vegan food at one of the restaurants half way through.
Follow south for the Hackney Wick art scene and the Olympic Park in Stratford and follow north for Waltham Abbey and Lee Valley Country Pk. Scenic, full of nature reserves, perfect for ramblers and cyclists. Adele has a song about the River Lea on her latest album.
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