Earlier this summer, I visited the Parkland Walk in North London. Set along a disused railway line, it’s a nature trail that runs between Finsbury Park and Alexandra Palace. I’d recommend it for a sunny day, especially if you’re in the mood to discover a new part of London… and enjoy walking! It’s four and a half miles long, so don’t say you weren’t warned… and wear comfortable shoes before you set off!
The trail boasts over two hundred types of wildflowers, and many birds, butterflies, hedgehogs, and even a rare breed of deer (the muntjac) have been spotted along the Parkland Walk. Alongside the beautiful nature, I spotted some pretty cool street art too.
Here’s a selection of pictures I took along the way.
Also managed to squeeze in a quick trip to Regent’s Park on the way back – by far my favourite park in London: