The maps and soundfiles for the walk are available below, split into 4 consecutive stages to enable participants to more easily synchronise their pace with that of the recording. Sounds have been designed to be experienced in sync with locations along the route, to be walked at a steady medium to brisk pace.

Adopt a slow steady pace. If participating as a group synchronise yourselves by pressing 'play' simultaneously and stick together
The walk takes approximately an hour, starting at the St George Wharf river bus pier and concluding by the Savona Estate. The maps in the sequence below each correspond to the four recordings. Stages 2, 3 and 4 commence on the far side of their respective road crossings so you can take your time getting across before pressing 'play'. There are some periods of silence on the recording so don’t assume it has gone wrong. When you reach the conclusion of the walk, standing by the 'millpond', feel free to close your eyes.

The walk is on-the-flat and designed to be suitable for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility.
Wear clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather conditions. Several of the paths are overgrown so long trousers are recommended.
Ideally remain silent throughout
Check headphones are on the correct ears
Ensure that your smartphone or other device is fully charged and that you bring in- or on-ear headphones (NOT the over-ear variety) as it is essential that you are able to hear the sounds around you alongside the recording Set the volume of your device to maximum, adjusting it as necessary should it become uncomfortable

Please be aware that participation in an OpenCity soundwalk is entirely at your own risk and that walking whilst listening through headphones will be disorientating. Thus special care should be taken on stages of the route where there may be cyclists and motorists, and where there is water.

Stage 1 (St George's Wharf Pier) Stand for several minutes looking out over the river.

Stage 2 (facing the US Embassy)

Stage 3 (On the North side of Nine Elms Lane, opposite New Mill Road)

Stage 4 (by the crossing on the South side of Battersea Park Road,
outside the flats 77-99)

The walk concludes facing the steel gate into the rear of the industrial units at the junction of Ascalon Street and Thessaly Road. It is recommended that you close your eyes at this point.