There are plenty of desirable walks in Bromley which have perfectly placed pubs somewhere along the trail.

As autumn leaves paint the landscape in warm hues, nature enthusiasts are flocking to the outdoors for picturesque walks.

From serene park trails to tree-lined avenues, autumn's beauty is on full display in Bromley.

We have rounded up the top five pub walks in Bromley, courtesy of AllTrails.

1. Keston Short Circular

Difficulty: Easy

Length: 6.1km

Elevation: 143m

Route type: Circular

This regarded ‘easy route’, typically takes around 1 hour and 35 minutes to finish.

Ideal for visits from January to October, it welcomes leashed dogs to accompany you on your journey.

There is even a good country pub at the trailhead, which is dubbed to have great food refreshments after your walk.

2. London Loop: Section 3 – Petts Wood to West Wickham

Difficulty: Moderate

Length: 13.5km

Elevation: 269m

Route: Point to point

Explore this 13.5-kilometer point-to-point trail in the vicinity of Bromley, London.

Widely regarded as a moderately challenging route, it typically takes around 3 hours and 20 minutes to traverse.

One particular pub on this trail is a smart, candlelit gastropub in Keston, The Fox.

3. Farnborough and Hazelwood Circular

Difficulty: Hard

Length: 501m

Route: Circular

This trail is popular for birding, camping and hiking, and would roughly taker five hours and 16 minutes to complete.

Embark on this trail to explore the charming small towns surrounding Bromley, where you can discover a wealth of historical sites, picturesque parks, quaint churches, and local pubs.

4. Keston and Cudham Circular

Difficulty: Hard

Length: 18.5km

Elevation: 441m

Route: Circular

Discover the charms of Bromley with this 4 hour and 48 minute trail, starting from Keston, weaving through Biggin Hill, Cudham, and Great Pucklands Meadow.

This predominantly rural and residential area offers an authentic local experience, making it an ideal way to explore the small pubs in the villages.

5. Bromley and Keston Church

Difficulty: Hard

Length: 18km

Elevation: 349m

Route: Circular

Embark on the adventure of this 18.0-kilometer circular trail in the vicinity of Bromley.

Recognized as a challenging route, it typically requires an average of 4 hours and 23 minutes to navigate.

Whether you're into hiking, road biking, or walking, this trail is well-suited for various activities.