Enchanting Winter Strolls to Enjoy in London


Calling everyone who fancies a brisk winter stroll with some great city views and scenery! Winter is the time when the cold mist descends, and the frost makes the grass sparkle. Here’s a roundup of some of the best winter walks to enjoy in London and create memories!

Hampstead Heath 

The grassy Hampstead Heath sprawl is the perfect setting to enjoy a crisp winter walk! Put your hiking boots on and explore Hampstead Heath with meadows of tall grass, swimming ponds, playing fields and woodland spanning across hundreds of acres! Do a loop of the green space and meadows, right in front of Kenwood or seek out the famous Hampstead Heath pergola, draped in vines and beautiful in all seasons. Make sure to head up to the 98-metre-high Parliament Hill and take in the views of The Shard and St. Paul Cathedral. During winter days, you might even spot redwing, redpoll, and siskins here! With Montcalm Royal London House-city of London as your luxurious abode, spend your winter holiday right, with the most loved landmarks, and enchanting experiences, right at your doorstep.

Kew Gardens

Enjoy the most picturesque winter walk through London’s extraordinary Kew Gardens! Seek out luscious flora during your walk and explore the Victorian Palm House to warm up amongst the tropical plants, a favourite amongst the visitors. Catch a glimpse of the arboretum’s Japanese Douglas-fir trees and redwoods that are especially beautiful during the winters! Look out for the best hotel packages in London and take a trip to the Treetop Walkway in Kew for some fabulous views and spot the popular ‘A Maximis Ad Minima’ sculpture here to complete the experience!

Regent’s Park

Spanning 410 acres in north-west London, Regent’s Park is perfect for a winter wander. Located only moments away from your stay at The Montcalm Royal London House, make the most of your wintery stroll here as you discover formal gardens, ornamental lakes, and serene tree-lined walkways to admire! As one of London’s most popular open spaces, Regent’s Park is perfect to soak in the culture of the city and even catch a glimpse of the London Zoo inhabitants, nearby!

Hyde Park 

One of the most loved royal parks in the city and the largest one in central London, Hyde Park maintains its allure throughout the year. If you’re looking for an easy winter stroll, then a winter walk in the gorgeous Hyde Park with the Serpentine Lake at its heart, the Princess Diana Memorial and the infamous Speaker’s Corner must be it! Fuel yourself with a hearty meal at one of the exquisite restaurants near Finsbury Park and trek through the snow while you delve into the rich history of the capital along the way!

Holland Park

A former private garden in Kensington, Holland Park is the perfect choice for a wintery stroll, if you’re looking to head outdoors! Amble around the park’s picturesque formal gardens, explore the woodland in the north of the park and follow your way into Kyoto Garden, the famous Japanese-style garden with traditional stone lanterns, a cascading waterfall in the centre and a carp-filled pond. Take some Instagram-worthy pictures with the snow dusting and look out for a glimpse of black-headed gulls and herring gulls in winter!

Keep an eye out for London city hotel deals to plan the perfect winter holiday in the capital city. Make sure to pack your warmest attire and head outdoors to walk the winter stroll of your dreams with these picture-perfect locations!