Government advice stipulates that we should walk instead of taking public transport where we can. This resources page provides you with information for walking in London and to UCL's campus.
Walking provides many benefits. Not only does it keep you fit, but taking scenic routes can reconnect you with nature or teach you the history of your local streets. UCL's buildings are in interesting and historical parts of London, by walking to UCL or from central stations across London, you can avoid busy undergrounds to keep safe when commuting during these unprecedented times. Why not listen to UCL's very own podcast, Made at UCL, or Outrage and Optimsm, the Climate Change podcast to make your journey that little bit more interesting. Just make sure to keep vigiliant!
A set of London walks produced by Richard Dennis and others from UCL Geography.
Download this map for lunchtime walks or scenic routes from Tube stations.
A self guided walk through the parks of Bloomsbury with historical significance.
This tour explains the history of the Holborn and Bloomsbury area.
See central London journeys which are quicker than the tube.
See a document from the Arthritis Foundation on the 12 benefits of walking.
Find photo and audio walking guides to assist disabled staff and students with their return to campus.