LGN 1km loops have been located and measured at several key points around London for use primarily by LGN Run Clubs http://www.lgnwellbeing.com/
As per the Canary Wharf need for accurate figures, we at LGN embrace technology with a cuddly bear lost & found like grip, and indeed for identifying our LGN 1km loops we used internet mapping to find best routes with same start / finish area, however when it came to accurate measurement we laughed in the face of GPS and used trusted measuring techniques for inch perfect accuracy, thus while you will have a route map to provide, rest easy knowing we walked every single 1km loop with a manual measuring wheel to make sure each one LGN 1km loop is indeed exactly 1km.
The LGN 1km loop then starts at end of tarmac path on other side of pedestrian gates
And this is the start get gate in question, with white marking on bottom left post
Start is from other side of the gate and here is an attempted arty photograph to illustrate first 1oo yards
After 200 - 300 yards, take the left fork
Go through open gate
Head down beautiful path, taking time to admire wild flowers on your left and blackberries on your right
Keep going straight and eventually you will come across marking for halfway point
At end of path get ready to bear hard left and hopefully enjoy support from lone bench seated civilian
You will approach Mudchute Park farm, soak up the countryside aroma and follow path bearing right
We at LGN are aware that fiscal trading can be described as a 'Bull Market' and thus would like to think someone appreciated our photograhic humour laced efforts...
Keep on path and just keep striding out, not far to go now
Lovely fast and smooth tarmac to find your rhythm
As path ends turn sharp left (if you end up in supermarekt car park, you have not turned left in time!)
As you trun left, you will be faced with a gate that requires navigating a quick shimmy