London Loop, West Wickham to Riddlesdown

A really lovely, if somewhat muddy walk today, 10.5 miles of London Loop from West Wickham to Riddlesdown. Once you leave West Wickham, this walk is mostly woodland, which was rather marvellous and now, back home, I feel happy. A little tired too, today’s was the longest walk we’ve done so far this year. We walked through Threehalfpenny Wood, Addington Hill, Bramley Bank, Littleheath Woods and Selsdon Wood, then along some fields and meadows (super muddy) and across Riddlesdown to the station and train back. Very peaceful, we hardly saw anyone other than a few dog walkers here and there. Birds singing and first signs of spring everywhere. Very uplifting! I mostly took photos of trees so here are a few:

Pine tree loop walk

 

tree on loop walk

 

snowdrops

 

fungus on tree loop

 

tree selsdon wood Got completely overexcited by snowdrops, so glad we didn’t miss them and that it is almost spring. The weather wasn’t sunny but definitely milder. Be lovely to come back to these woods in a couple of months, this was by far the most enjoyable walk of London Loop yet.

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