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The Harmondsworth Moor is near Longford and Heathrow Airport on the outskirts of London. I stayed at a hotel on Bath Road, Longford before catching my flight from Terminal 4. I walked part of the Colne Valley Trail through Harmondsworth Moor. This was such a...More
This is a lovely little find considering how close to the motorway it is.
Trails weave themselves all over the land with some nice short challenging up hill sections.
Very easy to put together a 5k without repeating any routes
An excellent park, we'll kept with lots of different paths and areas. Muddy in places in rain but what park isn't.
Great for walking my dog.
I only use the park on weekends though. It's almost impossible to use the 2 car parks Mon- Fri...More
Harmondsworth Moor is well maintained and features a vast array of wildlife and vegetation. Very dog walker friendly with bad weather footpaths and open space for dogs to run around and explore. I have had the pleasure of walking around the Moor numerous times and...More
Whilst working at the nearby British Airways headquarters I have had the pleasure of going on some guided walks around the park at lunch time. There is a good selection flowers, trees and birds. There are at least a couple of lakes and there are...More
With motorways on two sides, Heathrow airport on another and various short stay establishments on the fourth Harmondsworth Moor forms a surprisingly generous oasis of green including many miles of paths suitable for walking and jogging. Full of streams and lakes, and meadows and woodland,...More
This area is outstanding and wonderful to have bad weather footpaths. All the people we have met have friendly dogs.
Plenty of places to find solitude. Plenty of benches. Plenty of parking but the width restrictions are a challenge.
the Harmondsworth Moor is an area that was totally returned to its natural state and is maintained that way by British Airways which has its worldwide headquarters nearby. The moor offers lakes and streams (where you can fish if you have a license) and many,...More
Response from AlanDatchet | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately there is not a walk to the moor avoiding roads- it is about 2 miles walk. there does not seem to be a bus which goes straight to the moor. It is accessible to me as I work for British Airways which adjoins... More
Unfortunately there is not a walk to the moor avoiding roads- it is about 2 miles walk. there does not seem to be a bus which goes straight to the moor. It is accessible to me as I work for British Airways which adjoins the moor. Sorry I can't be more helpful.