Starting point is either Putney train station or Putney Bridge station on the District Line.
Taking the latter, you start with a nice little stroll across Putney Bridge and once on the other side, you turn into Lower Richmond Road. Here you can fuel up with a good morning coffee either by visiting Grind or Smugglers, two cafes who know how to make a punchy, well served coffee.
Once you're done with your cuppa, you keep walking along lower Richmond Road until your eyes see the green, a vast park like common to your left and opposite on the other street, a wild, bushy, lush Lower Putney Common.
Keep walking along the road until you come to the church with the little graveyard to the right and opposite on the other side of the road, a small little path welcomes you to the woodland with old oak trees and chestnut trees whose leaves are bigger than both of my hands. There's always the temptation to give them a high-five.
After a short walk you will see a small path appearing through your right, well cleared amongst wild green scrubs. After a couple of metres you see another common appear, surrounded by trees and just more green; more on a wild side instead of a park which gives it, its extra touch.
Keep walking and it feels like walking in a little fairy tale woodland as the trees appear to have shrunk.
Cross the street and follow another little path amongst the green. In spring time you can get to see blue-bells and other wild-flowers of pink and yellow colours.
A couple of other hidden paths lead you to Barnes, a village town right at the outskirts of London where you can take a breather sitting on the bench, watching the swans on the pond or feed the birds with responsible bird food sold by the council.
Once rested, continue your walk through the village towards the River Thames where it widens and you can watch the rowers knocking out there training rounds. Walk up to Barnes Bridge station following a little path across the bridge and immediately after you have crossed it, a staircase appears to your right, which you must descend.
Ignore the Thames Path and follow the path that passes the boat house. As you keep walking you will enter another lovely patch of green along the river until you see the hint to your your final destination: Chiswick Markets.
Once you have enjoyed the flair of the market, you can go the same way back or make a little adjustment as shown on the map!