Please take extra care when crossing roads. Keep to pavements and cross roads only at points shown on this map using zebra, pelican or traffic light crossings.
Please give way to other pedestrains.
Please note this is a self guided walk. We have placed signs at a number of places but following this map is best.
Please note your 2023 Banham Marsden March walker number must be displayed at all times.
Refreshments and toilets are available at the locations highlighted on this map.
Parts of the route go through residential areas - please be considerate and help keep the noise down.
Please note that this is not a run or a race and we ask that participants do not overtake the lead cyclist.
For your own personal safety please don't walk on your own; try to stay in groups and stay in touch with our marshals who are also on the route.
Please place your litter in bins along the route or use the bins at the checkpoints and at the finish.
The Banham Marsden March is a no-smoking event. We'd be grateful if smokers can refrain from smoking during the walk.
If you experience any difficulty or need first aid attention please call:
We hope you have a great walk!
Your digital map will track where you are on your walk, show mile markers and where your next rest stop is.
To show your location on the map, tap ‘Show my location’ at the bottom of the map and allow the map to use your current location.
Your current location is marked with a blue pin. To see what is available at the next rest stop, tap the icon.
Pinch the screen with two fingers to zoom in on the map and see more detail, including street names and crossings.
When you’re ready to stop showing your location on your map, tap ‘Stop tracking’ or just close the web page.
Your location is only used on your device and not shared with anyone at The Banham Marsden March.
Read inspirational stories from our incredible marchers like Christine.
“I found it very emotional at the end when we crossed the finish line. I felt I had completed a special life circle walking down the drive to the finish line having walked down this exact path twelve years ago for my very first appointment at The Royal Marsden.”