10k Inspiration

For those who still want to walk or run 10km we recommend you take on the challenge local to where you are.

Our 10k Inspiration Maps

Google Maps Link

River Route South
River Route East
Accessible Route
Apps to Track Your 10k
  • MapMyWalk – Track and map all your workouts
  • Strava – GPS cycling, running (and walking) app
  • RunKeeper – Track your runs, walks and hikes for free with the RunKeeper app
Finding a Route

ParkRun: Though Park Run events are currently suspended, their website has over 700 5km routes in both the UK and abroad, so lap the route twice to complete your 10k for Justice.

National Trust: The National Trust has reopened 130 parks and gardens – tickets are available through advance booking so get out in nature and enjoy the great outdoors on as you take on 10k.

Outdoor Guide: The Outdoor Guide have a brilliant selection of walks all over the UK, including 9 walks in London.

If you are working in central London you can also join our traditional River Route walk  from your office. Please note that there is no official start or end point to reduce congestion and gathering. Please be aware that the route will not have marshals. Responsibility for safe social distancing lies with the individual.

No matter the route you take please ensure that you practice social distancing. The current government guidelines can be found here.

If you are walking close to home it is best to stick to a quiet route you are familiar with where you can ensure safe social distancing.

Don’t forget you can also build up your step count walking on the spot in your living room or doing laps of the garden.

Support access to justice and join LLST’s fundraising events.


Please be aware that we are not able to provide legal advice. Please visit advicelocal.uk to find support in your area, or advicenow.org.uk for practical information.