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Saturday, 28 December 2019

Hayes Circular

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Length: 9.5km (6m)
Toughness: 1 / 10
Transport: Take the 10:07 from London Charing Cross arriving at Hayes at 10:48. Return trains are at xx:00, xx:15, xx:30 and xx:45.

This is a short and easy walk through the woodlands of Hayes, Keston and West Wickham commons where Charles Darwin conducted some of his studies. The walk visits the source of the river Ravensbourne.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Thank you to Dirk for posting this walk,
and pointing out interesting landmarks along the route.

David said...

Just to add a brief not that four of the six who did the full walk dined at the Fox Inn, Keston, and were later joined by the t wo sandwich eaters. The staff at the Fox were friendly and the food received favorable comments. I recommend the ham, eggs and chips. After lunch, it took less than 45 minutes to get back to Hayes station.