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Jubilee River

Parks & Walks

The Jubilee River is  seven-mile-long man-made flood channel. Running between Maidenhead and Windsor, it provides a haven for fish, birds, animals and people. Highlights include the ‘Dorney Wetlands’, an area specially created to provide a superb breeding and feeding habitat for many bird species. 

The routes are flat and make for easy cycling and walking. Most of the paths are well surfaced and are also suitable and accessible for pushchairs and disabled users.

A well surfaced 3-metre-wide path follows its entire length, with most of this being available to cyclists. National Route 61 starts at the A4 bridge at Taplow and follows the Jubilee River before branching off at The Myrke continue eastwards through the Slough Linear Park.

We walked from Wood Lane (there were some free car park spaces in the main road) in Slough to Dorney. Stopped for some refreshment and walked back. 


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