Maidenhead - the Jubilee River - Bray - Maidenhead

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First you walk along the Thames Path, downstream from Maidenhead for about a mile and a half. Then you make your way east to the Jubilee River and walk along a cycleway, for half a mile. Next you head towards the Thames via Dorney Court. Crossing the Thames, you then head north via Bray and back to the start. There are a few gates and stiles, but overall the route is very level, with no hills. All the route is along pavements, good footpaths or very minor roads. There is quite a contrast between the two rivers: the Jubilee is very quiet, with nature reserves, the Thames is naturally busier, with boats, a lock and several buildings of interest. There is a short cut, which saves about 1½ miles (if you want to skip my favourite lunch stop!).

It is a companion walk to 'Dorney and the Jubilee River' (7921) which is a little further south, but their routes overlap. A map with both routes on is a 'Related download'.

England - South England - Berkshire - Thames Valley


Cafe, Church, Mostly Flat, Pub, River
1/21/2020 - Denise Hutchinson

M4 smart motorway works means the access over M4 at waynark 4 is closed until March 2021. We doubled back and continued the walk back along the river to waymark 9 where we picked it up again.

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