For our fourth consecutive year we are conquering the English countryside in posh Berkshire. This is a circular walk in Windsor, where we will follow the scenic Thames Path and view pretty riverboats and pop by the Magna Carta Monument. At the later part of the walk, we will cut through the great Windsor parks before walking down the long aisle Harry & Meghan did back in May 2018 to the great Windsor Castle.

WALK TERRAIN: Includes well-established footpaths or dirt roads
If you have any concerns about the walk terrain due to disabilities or medical conditions please speak to the walk leader, so that we can make arrangements or plan future hikes that meet your needs.

OVERALL WALK DIFFICULTY: 3 (Beginner friendly,

1) Off Peak Day Return from London Paddington to Windsor and Eton Central (Outbound 9:50) (£8.40 with Railcard)
You must purchase your own tickets!

Our recommended app to do this with is 'Avanti West Coast', which also gives you access to e-tickets. You can also purchase them online on the National Rail site or ScotRail. These all allow you to book your train without having to pay a booking fee. The 'Trainline' app is also very good, but they ask for a £0.30 booking fee with every ticket.

- Need help? Meet us 9:40am at London Paddington, in front of WHSmith next to ticket machines (
- Walk leaders will be wearing bright-red hats
- Board the 9:50am train to Windsor and Eton Central, change at Slough
- *Get off at Windsor and Eton Central, and look for the two leaders in bright-red hats
- You're more than welcome to board the train yourself and meet us at the destination if you can find the right train.
- Make sure to arrive on time, as we will not wait for those who are late!

* We may separate into different train carriages to help maintain social distancing. Please pay attention to the announcement and get off at the right station.

FOOD: Bring a packed lunch (sandwiches, fruits, pasta, baguettes, etc.) and water. You MUST bring your own food and drink. You cannot share food with others due to Covid-19 regulations.

>Face mask for transportation (ESSENTIAL)
>Hand sanitizer (ESSENTIAL)
>Raincoat/Waterproof jacket in case of bad weather
>Train tickets and Railcard (if you have it, they’ll check!)
>Hiking boots or other footwear with good traction you don’t mind getting muddy
>A reusable water bottle!

A walk leader or committee member will be online on our discord server ( between 19:00 and 21:00 the night before the hike (10/6) to answer any questions you may have. You can also use this platform to communicate with follow hikers.

If there is anything we should know to make your hike more comfortable (accessibility, physical or mental support), or if there is anything our first aiders should know about (allergies, medication, etc.) please just let us know and we'll be happy to help!

Here's a link to the Facebook Event: :

Wheelchair accessible
Family friendly