London Legacy Loop Challenge

London Legacy Loop Challenge

Challenge Distance Time Type
Paddle around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 7 miles 2-4h Short

London Legacy Loop Challenge


The London Legacy Loop Challenge 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.

Once completed register your time below and upload it to appear on the leaderboard.

Register and Upload Your Time

Completed the challenge? Then use the button below to register yourself and upload your time. We'll send you a certificate of congratulations. You'll also get on the Leaderboard.


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