Rob and I are walking the 184miles of the Thames Path, from the source of Old Father Thames to the Thames Barrier. You can find out loads about the Thames Path on the National Trail website.
How far did you say?
Below is the rough mileage per section. Generally these mileages are determined by where there are good drop off/pick up points or places to leave vehicles/well served by public transport.
|From||To||Distance in miles (approx)||Date|
|1||Source||Cricklade||14||Completed Sat 29 June 2014
|2||Cricklade||Lower Inglesham*||8.8||Completed Sun 30 June 2014
||Abindgon Bridge||10.5||Completed Sat 31 Aug 2014
|6||Abingdon Bridge||Goring Bridge||20||Completed 9 Jul 2016|
|7||Goring Bridge||Reading Bridge||12||Completed 11 Jun 2016|
|8||Reading Bridge||Henley on Thames||10||Completed 4 June 2016|
|9||Henley on Thames||Marlow Bridge||8||Completed 12 March 2016|
|10||Marlow Bridge||Cookham||4.5||Completed Sun 11 Aug 2014
|11||Cookham||Runnymede and Windsor station
||10||Completed Sat 14 Sep 2013|
|12||Runnymede||Putney Bridge||31||Completed 10 Sep 2016|
|13||Putney Bridge||Tower Bridge||10.5 North bank||TBC|
|14||Tower Bridge||Thames Barrier||10.5 South bank||TBC|
*A 1.5mile stretch south of Lechlade is not safe to walk at the moment. The path runs along the A361 while the National Trail are still negotiating a better route. They encourage walkers to get the bus or taxi up. So it isn’t cheating, but it is going to stop us getting killed!