Summer Route 2 - Dulwich Woods, Belair Park with Peckham Rye Park & Honor Oak options

Three options and all provide you with a cultural bonus as you will cross the spot that Camille Pissaro painted this iconic scene of the now demolished Lordship Lane station on the wooden footbridge over the old line to Crystal Palace High Level.

2A Short - 5.2 miles / 8.3km - 132 m elevation gain. 

Mostly parkland and trail taking in Dulwich Park, Cox's Walk, Dulwich Woods and College Road.

2B Medium - 7 Miles / 11.3km - 139m elevation gain.

Similar to route 2A, but also taking in a diversion to Peckham Rye Park via Barry Road and Wood Vale.

2C Long - 9 miles / 14.4km - 227m elevation gain. 

Similar to route 2B, but at Peckham Rye Park, runners continue east to Honor Oak Recreation Ground and take in the views at One Tree Hill, where Elizabeth I reputedly fell asleep in 1602.

Add extra laps of Dulwich Park / Belair Park to up the miles if desired!


cox's walk