Jubilee Greenway

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Jubilee Greenway
Victoria Park (7257966342).jpg
Sign marking the route in Victoria Park.
Length 60 km (37 mi)
Location London, England
Trailheads Circular
Use Walking
Hiking details
Season All year

The Jubilee Greenway is a walking and cycling route in London, England. It was officially launched in 2009. The 60 kilometres (37 mi) route of continuous paths links 2012 Olympic and Paralympic venues with parks, waterways and other attractions.

Jubilee Greenway near St Pancras Lock on the Regent's Canal, Camden


The Jubilee Greenway is part of the Inspire programme, run by the London Organising Committee of the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Paralympics. The Jubilee Walkway Trust are working with relevant authorities leading up to 2012 to improve accessibility, enhance continuity, provide resting places and improve the safety and quality of the Jubilee Greenway.


The Jubilee Greenway makes use of existing walking and cycling routes wherever possible beginning at Buckingham Palace and joining Green Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens Royal Parks with Paddington Station and the Grand Union Canal at Little Venice. Following the Regents Canal through Camden The Greenway then connects to East London through Victoria Park to the River Thames where the Woolwich Foot Tunnel ties Greenwich and the South Bank to the Jubilee Walkway at Tower Bridge and back to St James’ via Westminster.


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Coordinates: 51°30′02″N 0°03′54″W / 51.5005°N 0.0651°W / 51.5005; -0.0651