Parkland Walk is along the old railway track that ran between Finsbury Park and Alexandra Palace.
The 4.5 miles provides a chance to enjoy nature in the heart of the city.
It’s London's longest local nature reserve and supports a remarkable range of habitats and wildlife. Over 200 species of wildflower have been recorded. It’s perhaps the only place in Haringey where orchids rub shoulders with dandelions and ivy clambers up fig trees.
Hedgehogs, foxes, butterflies and a vast array of birds are spotted on a daily basis. A rare species of deer, the muntjac, is spotted from time to time.
There have been improvements to the surface over the years, but it is uneven in places. After rain, it can be muddy.
Cyclists and runners use the route but pedestrians have priority.
First awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award in 2015, it’s kept it ever since.