Best way to walk the London Capital Ring route

It was one of those summer days we had almost grown accustomed to: almost 30 degrees, blazing sun and plenty of humidity. But we did it! The team walked just over 25 miles of London's capital Ring, mainly in pairs or groups. Which we think is pretty good for a (very hot) days work. We’re so pleased so many of you were able to make it, and have our goals set even higher for the next round!

 
 Picture by  Dan Raven_Ellison  from Section 7

Picture by Dan Raven_Ellison from Section 7

Each group took on a section to walk. Documenting as they went to later upload the walk onto, you guessed it, Go Jauntly! The shortest walk was 4 miles and the longest 7. Some were mainly flat and some hilly (hello Crystal Palace hills!), so make sure you find the right section for you before heading off. There’s plenty of flatter, shorter routes suitable for wheels and prams, section 2 for example.

The walks we did uncovered loads of hidden gems, including spotting turtles in Section 7 to finding a castle in Section 1. All whilst still very much in London. Crazy!

 
 
 Picture by  Dan Raven_Ellison  from Section 7

Picture by Dan Raven_Ellison from Section 7

At the end of our walks we all met for a refreshing and well deserved drink to celebrate our efforts and Go Jauntly’s second birthday. We started talking about the next sections we’d like to do already…

 
 
 

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