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It's absolutely lovely to walk/jog/cycle along the River Lea, south will take past Here East full of bars & restaurants down to Hackney Wick & all its breweries, you can cut through the canals at Victoria Park that will take you to Kings Cross then on to Camden.
he River Lea runs from Leagrave at the edge of Luton into Hertfordshire and the south to enter Greater London near Waltham Cross. (Another stream starts two miles to the west at Houghton Regis but seems seldom to be considered as the source.) It continues south through Enfield Lock, Ponders End,…
The River Lea runs through the Hackney marshes and a walk by the canal, full of multi-coloured house boats, is one of the best things about living in this neck of the woods. It never gets as busy as London Fields, Primrose Hill or Hampstead Heath, has the advantage of a huge open green space full of…