Waterlink Way

  • From - to: Cator Park to The Cutty Sark and Greenwich
  • Length: 7 miles one way
  • Type: Mixture of traffic-free paths, quiet lanes and some sections of road
  • Access: Stations on route - Kent House, Lower Sydenham, Ladywell, Lewisham & Greenwich
  • Surface: Tarmac 

The Waterlink Way is an established part of the National Cycle Network. It connects a number of parks and green spaces in South East London while following the Pool and Ravensbourne Rivers. The route is very accessible, with a large number of stations on route, allowing the distance cycled to be easily tailored to meet your needs.

The route finishes in Greenwich and gives easy access to attractions such as the Old Royal Naval College and Cutty Sark. 

For those of you who want to travel a little further National Route 4 runs west along the Thames towards central London while National Route 1 also passes through Greenwich.

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Latitude: 
51.45073506377087
Longitude: 
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The Waterlink Way is an established part of the National Cycle Network, connecting a number of parks and green spaces in South East London while following the Pool and Ravensbourne Rivers. The route is very accessible, with a large number of stations on route, allowing the distance cycled to be easily tailored to meet your needs.