Hiking Around Richmond Park

Samuel Biddlecombe
Nov 14, 2020 · 2 min read
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Date February 2018
Location Richmond Park, UK
Who Me, Myself & I

Waking up Sunday to a day of glorious sunshine in early February gave me a perfect opportunity to test out my new camera and explore Richmond Park just on the outskirts of London.

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  1. Arrive early before the runners and cyclists get going
  2. Get lost in the park and don’t do the trek around the outskirts of the trail
  3. Keep away from the roads! The quieter you are the more chance you have of seeing the Stags
  4. Wear boots as it can be muddy on the trails
  5. Do not get too close to the wildlife
  6. Check out the awesome ducks!
  7. The park can be accessed via local buses and trains (short walk) so don’t feel like you need a car to access
  8. Turn off your phone, switch off your music & enjoy the peace and quiet (especially if you are a Londoner)
  9. Explore Isabella Plantation in the center of the park
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