Greenwich is a beautiful part of London with lots of green spaces and cute streets to enjoy walks on.

As the autumn leaves paint a picturesque view in the borough, people are heading outdoors to enjoy the fresh air.

And we all know that no winter walk is complete without a cheeky pint along the way.

So, we have compiled a list of walks in Greenwich, courtesy of AllTrails, with a cosy pub along the way to break up your wander.

1. Woolwich Foot Tunnel to Falconwood

Difficulty: Moderate

Length: 9.7km

Elevation: 223m

Route type: Point to point

Estimated time: 2h 22m

This is a moderate route that AllTrails says should take almost two and a half hours.

It is a popular trail for both hiking and walking but anyone looking for some solicitude can enjoy that during the quieter times of the day.

Pub stop off: The Bugle Horn

2. Oxleas and Shepherdleas Woods Circular

Difficulty: Easy

Length: 4.8km

Elevation: 101m

Route type: Circular

Estimated time: 1h 13m

This is generally considered an easy walk if you are looking for something lighter this autumn.

It is slightly shorted at just under 5km and is popular for hiking, mountain biking and running.

Pub stop off: We Anchor in Hope

3. New Charlton to Greenwich Pier

Difficulty: Easy

Length: 7.9km

Elevation: 67m

Route type: Point to point

Estimated time: 1h 38m

This is also considered an easy walk for most people and takes around an hour and a half to complete.

It takes you from New Charlton to Greenwich Pier, with lots of sights to see along the way.

Pub stop off: The Cutty Sark

4. Falconwood to Grove Park

Difficulty: Moderate

Length: 7.1km

Elevation: 110m

Route type: Point to point

Estimated time: 1h 41m

This is another slightly more challenging route with, estimated at a moderate level of difficulty.

It is another popular one for those who enjoy hiking and walking but you can still catch it when it’s quiet if you choose the right time of day.

Pub stop off: Eltham GPO

5. Woolwich to Erith

Difficulty: Moderate

Length: 11.7km

Elevation: 153m

Route type: Point to point

Estimated time: 2h 36m

This walk is slightly longer than some of the others for those looking to make the most of their meander through south east London.

As well as being popular for hiking and mountain biking, this is also a loved trail for bird watchers.

Pub stop off: The Halfway House