GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Osterley Park

3 miles (5 km)

A walk around the 350 acres of parkland at Osterley House in Hounslow West London. The country estate is one of the largest open spaces in west London and has miles of nice footpaths to try. In the park you'll find farmland, cattle, lakes and gardens with herbaceous borders, roses and ornamental vegetables beds. The site also includes family cycle trails so it's a great place for outdoor exercise and just a short hop from central London.
The Grand Union Canal passes the park on the eastern and northern sides. You can pick up the towpath to extend your exercise. Heading south will take you towards Brentford and Syon Park where there are more good walking trails.

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Osterley Park OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Osterley Park Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking


The on site Stables Café is a nice place to refresh yourself after your exercise. They have a good range of meals, snacks and cakes with seating indoors and out.

Dog Walking

The park is an excellent place to bring your dog for a walk. There are open long grassy areas where they can run around off lead. Please keep them on leads in the short grass areas and on the main paths by the House and Stables Courtyard though. The Stables Café mentioned above is also dog friendly.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

You can reach the park by public transport on the London Underground. Osterley station is on the Heathrow branch of the Piccadilly line, between Boston Manor and Hounslow East. It is in Travelcard Zone 4 and located a short walk south of the park.
Head a short distance north of the park and you'll soon come to the confluence of the Grand Union Canal and the River Brent. Here you can pick up the Brent River Park Walk and follow the riverside trail through Ealing to Perivale. There's some nice riverside parks and a series of weirs on the way.
In leafy Ealing there's nice trails around Ealing Common and the historic Walpole Park.
For more walking ideas in the area see the London Walks page.

Cycle Routes and Walking Routes Nearby


Osterley Park - - 86321

Horses sheltering from the rain in the park. A surprisingly rural scene for London.

Pond in Osterley Park - - 621343

This small pond is on the Northern edge of the park. View from bridleway beside the M4 motorway.

Dog walking area, Osterley Park - - 621467

Dog walking area, Osterley Park. This is an area of open grassland in front of Osterley House. Dog walking is allowed in this area, which extends along the lake and almost up to the M4 motorway.

Avenue from Osterley House to Osterley Station - - 621367

Avenue from Osterley House to Osterley Station. When Osterley Station was opened the main drive to the house was moved to run straight between the house and station. This view shows the footpath beside the drive, running through an avenue of trees. The one nearest on the right is a cedar; there are many fine large cedars around the house.

Ducks on the lake, Osterley House - - 620895

Ducks on the lake, Osterley House. View from the main drive to the house. This section of the lake is East and South of the house.

Autumn leaves by Osterley lake - - 621469

Lovely autumn leaves by Osterley lake. View from the open parkland area where the driveway bends to go between the two big lakes.

Path by the stables, Osterley House - - 620902

Path by the stables. The path in National Trust land open to the public runs in an avenue of trees from the stables towards a bridge over the M4 motorway.

Maple with autumn leaves, by Osterley lake. - - 621358

Maple with autumn leaves. This is the section of lake close to, and glimpsed from, the M4 Motorway.


GPS Files

GPX File

Osterley Park.gpx (On Desktop:Right Click>Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold>Download Linked File)

Memory Map Route

Osterley Park.mmo (On Desktop:Right Click>Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold >Download Linked File)