Dog walk

Harmondworths Moor


Type of walk

Flat, Forest, Park

What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas, Water On Route

About this walk

This country park in Hillingdon has some nice footpaths taking you to grassland and two pretty lakes. It is the largest public park to be built in the London area in the last 100 years, having been opened in 2000.

The site includes riverside paths along the Wraysbury River and the River Colne. There's also some moderate hill climbs with extensive views towards London and Windsor Castle.

The park is located near to Heathrow Airport so there's good views of the planes taking off.

More info

The author provided the following links to more information

Colne Valley Regional Park Visit

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How to get there


37 Athol Way, Uxbridge UB10 0LE, UK View on Google

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