Chiswick Pier circular river walk
Start: Chiswick Pier
Finish: Chiswick Pier
Length: 6.6 km / 4.1 miles
Weather: Cold and sunny.
This is another walk along a popular stretch of the River Thames Path, completed on a busy, bright Sunday afternoon.
This building at Chiswick Pier marks the start of the walk.
You can do the walk either way round, but we chose to walk downstream, towards Hammersmith Bridge.
Further along the river.
Hammersmith Bridge, with the new build flats behind it and Charing Cross Hospital behind them.
Hammermith Bridge, where we cross the river.
Looking back to the popular pubs on the Lower Mall, Hammersmith.
The view from Hammersmith Bridge.
Looking back to Hammersmith Bridge.
Sunlit house next to the Blue Anchor pub.
Georgian terraced houses on Chiswick Mall.
Chiswick Mall behind the reeds.
Looking up the Thames from Barnes Bridge. As this is a railway bridge, there is a foot path that runs alongside the tracks.
The Fantastic Herons sculpture, near to Dukes Meadows. Created entirely from recycled materials and unveiled in 2004. Kevin Herlihy held a number of art workshops with children from a local primary school who made the nest, leaves and herons for the sculpture,
Looking down Promenade Approach Road at the end of the walk.