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Hosted | September 2, 2020
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These days, if somebody asks you what you got up to with your weekend, you can actually get away with the simple response: a nice walk. If 2020 has reignited anything in us Londoners, it’s got to be a love of putting one foot in front of the other. In lockdown, it became about so much more than getting from A to B – walking is now a way of London life. That’s why we’re buzzing to discover this handy map created by graphic designer Helen Ilus. The London Greenground is a twist on the London Underground map – but instead of connecting one busy travel terminal to another, the map shows how to get around all of London’s green spaces by foot.

It includes London’s major parks and well known nature spots – from Hyde Park to Primrose Hill – but it also maps lesser-known wetlands, commons, moors, woods and reserves all across Greater London.

Read more about the project and how you can support the map’s development here. Or check out this expandable version of the London Greenground map right here.  

Source: Time Out / Cover Image: London Greenground hi Design

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