The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has become a new national and international sport and leisure destination as well as an exciting cultural and residential area of the capital.
The London Legacy Development Corporation manages part of the park whilst the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority manages the northern part (including Lee Valley VeloPark and Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre).
Starting this walk to the south of the Olympic Park at Three Mills you will find out about the Studio's at Three Mills and then past the Victorian Pumping House on the green way. On to the Olympic Park you will find some of the hidden gems in the park whilst spotting some of the most iconic Olympic sporting venues; including the Olympic Stadium (now home to West Ham and renamed the London Stadium) and the London Aquatics Centre.
The new pleasure gardens are a delight to walk through. Around the south of the park which should have a wealth of wildlife on display.
The length of this walk is 7.2km (4.5 miles) and can take between 2 to 3 hours.
Part of this walk is along unsurfaced footpaths and is not suitable for wheelchairs or buggies.
There is three hours free parking in the nearby Tescos car park but be aware you need to purchase something in Tesco and ensure the walk is no longer than three hours.
The meeting point for this walk is outside The House Mill, The Miller's House, Three Mill Ln, London E3 3DU.
Car park charges apply
All ages are welcome
Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a lead
Please wear suitable clothing for the weather and sturdy shoes for walking
If you are interested in wildlife and iconic Olympic venues, bring your binoculars to get a better look
Please bring some water and a snack to keep energised
Nearest stations/tube: Bromley-by-bow underground is a five-minute walk.