New Year Hangover Buster

Wed 1st Jan 2020

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Southern England
Local Group
Start Time
Start: Monument Column just outside Monument Station. Finish: Monument. Spiral Walk. Easy Pace

Start the New Year on this varied and informative walk. Of course there will a quiz to stretch your minds as well as your legs. A thorough exploration of the Roman/Medieval City of London including walls, churches, gardens, alleyways and much more. A must for history buffs or for anyone curious to know how you can possibly fit a walk of 11 miles within 1 square mile without any repetition

General Notes
This will be a gentle introduction to the walking New Year. Note late start and shorter distance. There is a 99% mud free guarantee. However there is 1 stile! Lunch: There will be a short stop for light refreshments. Bring a sandwich as many caffs/shops may be crowded or closed. Assistance dogs only please
Start and Finish

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Walk Report

New Year Hangover Buster, Wednesday 1st January 2020
36 walkers, 11 miles - leader Susanne Waldschmidt
The gloom of the grey morning skies was dispelled by the appearance of a large and jolly band of walkers at the Monument. All 36 of them.
We explored Roman Walls, walked past over 40 City churches, admired the works of art scattered around the city, tramped through endless alleyways without anyone getting lost.
It was nice to hear from LDWA members, who thought they knew the City well, that they had discovered many corners that they knew nothing about.
With the very large group size the pace was somewhat slower than on a standard walk, with an impressive average speed of 2 mph. Nobody seemed in a great hurry though and we managed to finish around 1630.



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