The London Legacy Loop takes you on a six and a half mile route, from Limehouse Basin, along the Limehouse Cut canal and around the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The route travels along the oldest canal in London, from Victorian to modern history, celebrating victories of engineering and sporting glory. With no locks and at a fairly short distance this route should be suitable for most people. There is also the option to hire boats at the start from Moo Canoes, who are based in Limehouse Basin.
To celebrate each paddlers victory, everyone who takes on the challenge can register their time and get their name on the leaderboard.
You can download the full information for the route, including a link to a map and GPX file here.
Register Your Challenge!
Once you have ventured out and completed the Worcester Ring Challenge Route we’d love to hear from you about your experience. You can do this by registering your challenge with us. In return we will recognise your efforts by sending you a certificate and entering your time on the national leaderboard.
Click here to register your London Legacy Loop Challenge details.
This is a brand new challenge! Will you be the first person to get their name on the leaderboard?!
Below is a full list of all those who have completed the challenge and registered their results with us. The list is in time order, with the fastest completion time at the top of the leaderboard.
|Name of People/Person/Club||Date of Paddle||Time Achieved||Notes|
James Bolton and Jules Mattsson
|2nd Sept 2018||2hrs 10mins|
Andrew Berry and Barbara Boosfeld
|6th May 2018||2hrs 30mins||The first people to complete the London Legacy Loop!|
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