This walk from one of London's newest and most famous landmarks, the London Eye.The path continues past County Hall, past modern offices to Vauxhall.This walk begins from the Cutty Sark in Greenwich and heads through Deptford, Rotherhithe and Bermondsey, overshadowed by the massive towers at Canary Wharf across the river.
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The path then heads "inland" past Battersea Power Station then on through Battersea Park.
The path continues from the park past modern apartments towards Wandsworth.
As it follows the banks of the river, the path is flat, making for easy walking and with much of the river being a busy waterway, there is usually plenty of activity to watch.
The impressive Thames Barrier, opened in 1984 to protect London from flooding, marks the start of this walk.
The walk takes in the pretty village of Strand-on-the-Green and on through Brentford, Syon Park, Isleworth, St Margarets, Twickenham, Strawberry Hill and Teddington, the tidal limit of the Thames.
This walk parallels the route of the famous Oxford v Cambridge boat race from Putney to Chiswick, continuing on to Richmond where I stopped (after an abortive attempt to continue onto Teddington).
Beyond Marlow, the Thames path passes through the villages of Temple, Hurley and briefly leaves the river at Aston.
Returning the river, the Thames path goes past Hambleden Lock, with it's large weir, then round through Remenham to the beautiful town of Henley-on-Thames, home of the famous regatta.
The Thames path quickly becomes rural from Henley-on-Thames into the lovely village of Shiplake where the path briefly leaves the river.