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Thames Path National Trail


Harvey National Trail maps are in stripmap form at 1:40,000 scale. A number of panels cover the entire route on a single sheet. Significant deviations from the route may take you off these maps. These maps also include local and route background information. Most maps are waterproof and tearproof.

Publication Type
Harvey National Trail map XT40 (ruggedised,folded)
Harvey Maps
Date Published
116 x 243mm
Number of Pages
Double sided
Purchase Info
Note scale is 1: 60,000 for this stripmap.
Map Scale
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Map Supplier
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Publisher's Information 2017

Entire route on one map

The Thames Path is a National Trail. It follows the banks of the river for 294km (183 miles) from the flood barrier at Woolwich in South East London to Kemble in Gloucestershire. It is a long distance walking route, most of it cannot be cycled.

The Trail passes through water meadows, historic towns & lovely villages. The path is flat which makes for easy walking.

Jos Joslin National Trails Manager (Marketing & Projects) said of this map, "really beneficial to have the whole length of the Thames Path upstream of London on just one map. Clear mapping and useful information makes this a very practical map".

Tough, light, durable and 100% waterproof
Route clearly marked

Paths Covered by this Publication:

296 km / 184 miles

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