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London National Park City Map

London National Park City Maps

Get your own copy of this unique urban nature map of London

The first major re-release since its original publication in 2017. This edition has cleaner labels and more epic walks across the capital.

We’ve released the latest version of our beautiful folded map of London’s great outdoors. Originally crowdfunded by 308 backers (via Indiegogo) and made for us by Urban Good CIC. The full size map standard Ordnance Survey folded map (952mm x 1270mm), includes all of the capital’s 3,000 parks plus woodlands, playing fields, nature reserves, city farms, rivers, canals and all the spaces that contribute to London’s landscape – custom drawn to highlight all the places to explore.

Featured on BBC Countryfile’s special Cities episode, the map is your guide to exploring the capital. Some of the most iconic walks through and around London are included, such as the London Outer Orbital Path (LOOP) and Capital Ring, along with symbols marking places to swim outdoors, climb hills, pitch a tent or go kayaking. It even shows front and back gardens, but not buildings!

The Urban Nature map of London

HOW TO GET YOUR OWN COPY

Urban Good CIC have folded and flat copies of the 3rd edition London National Park City Map available for purchase from their store.

Head over to the Urban Good store to see the latest map and read more about the history of this and other National Park City maps, and other goodies in their online store.

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THE MAKING OF THE MAP

We love how Urban Good helped us show that London is not just a city, but an urban landscape too.

The map is perfect for planning adventures in London’s great outdoors. It includes the capital’s green and blue spaces, hills and valleys, parks and commons, walks and public transport and many outdoor activities like kayaking and barbecuing.

Greenspace Information for Greater London CIC (GiGL) provided the data for key open space features on the map, including nature reserves, playing fields, recreation grounds, city farms, cemeteries, allotments and private gardens. GiGL also produced information and statistics about London’s nature and land use for the atlas on the rear of the map. Further essential data was provided by Ordnance Survey.

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