There is some more "inland" walking round Wandsworth, then into Wandsworth park and into Putney, the end of the walk.
Beyond Maidenhead, cliffs line the North Bank of the river as the Thames Path heads briefly away from the river into the attractive village of Cookham, then continues through meadows into Bourne End.
This part of the Thames path heads through open fields from Bourne End to the beautiful town of Marlow.
This walk follows the Thames east from Barnes Brige in Chiswick passing through Chiswick, Hammersmith, Fulham and Chelsea.
Continuing east from Chelsea the walk takes in the sights of central London including the Tate, Houses of Parliament and London Eye, finishing at Embankment.
The path passes the Wetlands Centre on the left passing under Hammersmith bridge into Barnes, then on to Kew, passing the famous Royal Botanical Gardens on the left, then the Old Deer Park into Richmond.
The interesting town of Richmond is the start point for this walk, where the Thames takes on a m ore rural feel.From the barrier the walk passes the Millennium Dome, now lying vacant, then on through industrial sites to Greenwich.Greenwich is the home of world time, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and has lots to see and do, including the Cutty Sark, The National Maritime Museum, The Royal Observatory and the Queens House.This website is an unnofficial guide to the Thames Path, a National Trail footpath running for 180 miles along the banks of the river Thames.Starting at the Thames Flood Barrier at Woolwich in South East London it runs along the banks of the Thames to Kemble in Gloucestershire.This walk heads away from Windsor and it's dominating Castle out to open fields alongside the Thames.