How much is it? Free
What age is it suitable for? Anybody - but you might want to check whether your route is paved if you're going with a pram rather than a carrier.
If you just want to get out the house for a change of scenery, the Capital Ring is a great way to do it. It's a circular walk all the way around London - you can do a section near you to make life easier or you can plan to do all of it at some point during your parental leave. It's divided into 15 sections overall, and covers 78 miles in total.
It's pretty easy to find a section near you:
Section 1: Woolwich Foot Tunnel to Falconwood
Section 2: Falconwood to Grove Park
Section 3: Grove Park to Crystal Palace
Section 4: Crystal Palace to Streatham
Section 5: Streatham to Wimbledon Park
Section 6: Wimbledon Park to Richmond Bridge
Section 7: Richmond Bridge to Osterley Lock
Section 8: Osterley Lock to Greenford
Section 9: Greenford to South Kenton
Section 10: South Kenton to Hendon
Section 11: Hendon to Highgate
Section 12: Highgate to Stoke Newington
Section 13: Stoke Newington to Hackney Wick
Section 14: Hackney Wick to Beckton District Park
Section 15: Beckton District Park to Woolwich
The walks are all signposted well, with lots of possible pit-stops for snacks, feeding, or changing.
If you're not much of a walker or you're worried about getting lost, there's plenty of information on the Inner London Ramblers website including walk guidance and accessibility guides.
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