Outdoor Trust’s Eton Walkway

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Walk Details
Welcome to the Eton Walkway, a 2 mile / one hour circular walk connecting 18 points of interest in the town starting at Windsor Bridge and celebrating Eton’s diverse community and rich heritage.

Permanent bronze markers are set in the ground to identify the route of the Walkway and use Eton’s coat of arms, originally given to the town by King Henry VI in 1449.

The Walkway is coordinated by local volunteers through the Eton Community Association, and delivered by the charity, the Outdoor Trust.
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It has been made possible by the generous support of local residents, businesses, The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Eton College, Eton Town Council, The Prince Philip Trust Fund, The Baldwin Bridge Trust, Royal Albert Institute Trust, Pavenet, the Grundon, the Rivaz/Beaumont and Fussey families.

We all very much hope that you enjoy the walk.

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Nearest Train (or tube) Station(s):
Windsor

Nearest Mainline Train Station:
London Waterloo

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