GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Kent Walks

One of the most popular counties for walkers the Garden of England has a beautiful coastline, the stunning High Weald AONB and the rolling hills and valleys of the North Downs.

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In the spring walkers flock to the beautiful bluebell woods in Kent. Click the 'Woodland' button below to see these.

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Route NamePhotoDistanceDescription
Barton's Point Coastal Park5 miles (8.5 km)Enjoy a leisurely stroll or ride along the Queenborough Lines canal and the Isle of Sheppey Coast on this circular route in Bartons Point Coastal Park View Full Details>>
Beacon Wood Country Park1 miles (1.5 km)This country park has a number of peaceful woodland walks to enjoy. It is located near Gravesend in Kent. In the park you will find a pond/wetland area with a viewing platform, information point, and views out over the countryside. The route below begins at the car park in Beacon Wood and follows woodland trails around the site. You can extend your walk by following public footpaths into the nearby Lords Wood, Ladies Wood and on into the nearby Darenth Country Park. It's located about a mile to the west and consists of nice wide lawns, picnic areas, meadows and pockets of woodland. View Full Details>>
Bedgebury Forest6 miles (10 km)Bedgebury is a great place for cyclists with miles of family cycle tracks and a more challenging mountain bike trail. The gentle 10km trail is perfect for exploring the 2000 acre forest at a leisurely pace on generally flat surfaced paths. Adrenalin junkies can enjoy 13km of single-track mountain biking. It's generally graded as a red trail and has fast sweeping gradual descents and some challenging climbs. There's also cycle shop where you can hire a bike. View Full Details>>
Berrys Green Circular8 miles (13 km)This pleasant circular walk passes through the woods and villages around the rural area of Berry's Green in Bromley. Highlights on the walk include the pretty village of Cudham and views of Biggin Hill Airport and Cherry Lodge Golf Club. View Full Details>>
Bewl Water12 miles (20 km)This is a walking and cycling route around the beautiful Bewl Water reservoir near Lamberhurst. The route runs alongside the reservoir for most of the way though there is an inland section on quiet country lanes around Tolhurst. It runs for about 12.5 miles with great views of the High Weald AONB. View Full Details>>
Blean Woods National Nature Reserve6 miles (9 km)Enjoy miles of cycling and walking paths in the ancient woodland of Blean Woods near Canterbury. The site is one of the most extensive areas of broadleaf woodland in Britain and home to a wide variety of wildlife. There's miles of waymarked trails to try with birds such as Nightjar and Woodcock to look out for on the way. View Full Details>>
Blue Bell Hill2 miles (3 km)Visit the Blue Bell Hill viewpoint on this circular walk on the North Downs Way View Full Details>>
Botany Bay Kent2 miles (3 km)Visit this lovely bay on this coastal walk in Broadstairs, Kent. The bay is a popular spot with its lovely beach and notable chalk cliffs. View Full Details>>
Bough Beech Reservoir1 miles (2 km)This large reservoir near Sevenoaks includes a nature reserve with nice footpaths at its northern end. It's a nice place for an easy stroll with plenty of birds to look out for from the bird hides and viewpoints. View Full Details>>
Brockhill Country Park4 miles (7 km)Brockhill Park has a number of waymarked woodland trails, a lake, open grassland and meadows. The park is rich in wildlife, with marbled white butterflies, green woodpeckers and carpets of snowdrops. There are also excellent facilities with picnic areas and a cafe. View Full Details>>
Camer Park4 miles (6.5 km)This is a short walk through Camer Country Park and into the surrounding countryside and woodland. The park is located close to Meopham train station and parking is also available at the western end of the park. In the park you will find 40 acres of ancient parkland, grassland and woods. There's also good facilities such as a cafe and refreshment kiosk. View Full Details>>
Canterbury Rivers and Woods10 miles (16 km)This 10 mile circular walk takes you along the River Stour before visiting several local woods near the city. It uses sections of the Stour Valley Walk, the North Downs Way and the Canterbury Centenary Walk to take you on a tour of the countryside to the west of the famous cathedral city. The area is in the lovely Kent Downs withscenery including arablefarms and apple orchards. The riverside paths are particularly lovely, with bodies of water including Swan Lake and Tonford Lake, other route highlights. View Full Details>>
Capstone Farm Country Park6 miles (9 km)Enjoy several cycling and walking trails in this delightful country park near Gillingham View Full Details>>
Chartwell House4 miles (7 km)Explore the family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill on this short walk inWesterham, Kent. The hillside gardens include pretty lakes created by Churchill himself, a kitchen garden which produced fruit and vegetables for 10 Downing Street and the Marycot - a playhouse designed for his youngest daughter Mary. There is also an orchard with the colourful Japanese crab apple and a pretty rock garden. View Full Details>>
Chelsfield Circular Walk7 miles (11 km)This short circular walk follows footpaths and tracks through the countryside around Chelsfield in Bromley. The walk starts at Chelsfield station and heads towards Crockenhall through farmland and woodland, before returning to Chelsfield via Goddington. View Full Details>>
Chipstead Lake2 miles (3 km)Enjoy a walk along this pretty lake in Sevenoaks. The walk takes you along the eastern and northern side of the water using the Darent Valley Path and other public footpaths. Parking is available at the south eastern corner of the lake. View Full Details>>
Cliffe Pools Nature Reserve5 miles (7.5 km)Enjoy a circular walk around this delightful RSPB nature reserve in the North Kent Marshes. You can stroll along the numerous pools and enjoy a riverside section along the Thames. It's brilliant for wildlife spotting with huge numbers of wintering waders to look out for. Avocet, Lapwing, Little egret and Turtle Dove are all regular visitors to the site. View Full Details>>
Clowes Wood3 miles (5.5 km)Enjoy miles of cycling and walking trails in this area of woodland near Whitstable. The site is also a nature reserve and includes attractive mixed woodland, heathland and wet meadow. Look out for wildlife which includes woodpeckers, Woodcock and if you're lucky an owl. View Full Details>>
Crab and Winkle Way7 miles (10.5 km)This lovely cycling and walking route runs from Whitstable on the Kent coast to Canterbury along National Cycle route 1. It is largely flat and traffic free running along a disused railway line for part of the route while also passing through Blean Woods on the way.
Highlights on the route include the attractive harbour at Whitstable and the splendid Blean Woods National Nature Reserve which isthe largest ancient broadleaved woodland in southern Britain.The magnificent Canterbury Cathedral is also a major attraction on this trail. View Full Details>>
Darent Valley Path19 miles (31 km)Travel through the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and along the Darent River on this beautiful walk. View Full Details>>
Darenth Country Park1 miles (1.5 km)This country park in Dartford has some nice cycling and walking trails to try. The park has a decent sized car park just off Gore Road, near Darent Valley Hospital. From here you can pick up the 1 mile circuit around the park. The park has nice wide lawns, picnic areas, meadows and pockets of woodland. The area is popular with dog walkers and joggers. View Full Details>>
Dover to Deal10 miles (15.5 km)This coastal walk takes you from the famous port of Dover to the attractive town of Deal. It's about a 9.5 mile walk with the option of returning to Dover on the train. There's great cliff top views, a series of historic castles and a long stretch of lovely countryside with wildflowers and butterflies. View Full Details>>
Dover to Folkestone7 miles (11 km)This is a popular walk between these two major towns on the Kent coast. It's about a 7 mile walk, with some moderate climbs so a reasonable level of fitness is required. The walk takes you along cliff tops with great views and visits to the two country parks located on the route. You can return easily by catching the train back to Dover from Folkestone West railway station. View Full Details>>
Dungeness7 miles (11.5 km)Explore this wonderful coastal nature reserve on this circular walk in Kent. The reserve contains a number of lakes and lagoons with several miles of good footpaths to follow around the expansive site. There's also coastal paths with great views of the sea and the long stretch of shingle beach. The reserve is superb for wildlife watching with lots of birds to look out for. Keep your eyes peeled for lapwings, smew, bittern and little ringed ploverfrom one of the many bird hides. There's also over 600 different types of plant species. The RSPB site has good facilities with a car park and visitor centre. View Full Details>>
Dunorlan Park1 miles (2 km)This large park in Royal Tunbridge Wells covers nearly 80 acres with some nice walking trails to try. It's located on the eastern edge of the town and a great place for a short stroll. There's lovely wide lawns, waterside paths along the large lake, attractive woodland and a Grecian Temple containing the Dancing Girl Statue. There's also a cascade, a Victorian water garden, ponds and a very fine fountain with dolphins, water nymphs and classical figures. The park's location also provides wonderful views of the surrounding countryside of the Weald. View Full Details>>
East Cliff and Warren Country Park4 miles (6 km)Enjoy the spectacular East Cliffs of Folkestone, the sandy beaches of East Wear Bay and the Warren nature reserve on this circular walk. View Full Details>>
Eden Valley Walk15 miles (24 km)Travel through the beautiful Eden Valley and the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on this walk through Kent. View Full Details>>
Elham Valley Way22 miles (35 km)Explore the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on this delightful walk through Kent. View Full Details>>
Elmley National Nature Reserve5 miles (8 km)Enjoy a tranquil walk around this beautiful Nature Reserve on the Isle of Sheppey View Full Details>>
Emmetts Garden1 miles (1 km)This 19th century garden near Sevenoaks contains many exotic trees and shrubs from around the world. From its elevated position there are fabulous views over the Weald of Kent and the North Downs. Well laid out footpaths take you to an arboretum, exotic shrubs,rose garden and arock garden. Other highlights include a lily pond and bluebell woodland. View Full Details>>
Eynsford Circular Walk6 miles (8.9 km)This circular walk around Eynsford uses the Darent Valley Path and other public footpaths to explore the area to the south of the village. You'll visit Eynsford Castle, Lullingstone Country Park, the River Darent, and Lullingstone Castle. View Full Details>>
Farningham Woods2 miles (2.5 km)This 168 acre nature reserve has some nice woodland trails including a waymarked 1.6 mile walk. Interesting flora includes the rare Small-Leaved Lime and the pretty Deptford Pink wildflower. It's a lovely peaceful place for a stroll with the addition of some moderate hill climbs with great views over the area. Interestingly, the reserve was opened by Sir David Attenborough in 1986. View Full Details>>
Faversham5 miles (7.3 km)This lovely Kent based town has nice trails to follow along Faversham Creek and the Swale Estuary. The surrounding marshland also has a number of nature reserves where you can look out for a large variety of wildlife. View Full Details>>
Fowlmead Country Park5 miles (7.5 km)Fowlmead country park is a 200 acre site with a number of walking and cycling trails located in Deal on the Kent coast. The park has eleven zoned areas with each one offering something different for visitors to explore, including rolling woodland and small lakes, superb walks and fabulous views over the east Kent coast. View Full Details>>
Greensand Way107 miles (173 km)The Greensand Way runs from Haslemere in Surrey to Hamstreet in Kent following the ridge of greensand rock that crosses the two counties View Full Details>>
Groombridge Place Gardens1 miles (2 km)Explore the beautiful gardens surrounding this moated manor house in the village of Groombridge near Tunbridge Wells. There are a series of award winning gardens with delightful features such as a moat, streams and herbaceous borders. Highlights include the Secret Garden with blue agapanthus, foxgloves and gazania. The Oriental Garden has Japanese maples and an unusual grass fountain at its centre. The Knot Garden has a lovely pathway bordered by Yew Trees and a giant chessboard opposite. View Full Details>>
Haysden Country Park3 miles (5.5 km)Haysden country park is located near Tonbridge in Kent and consists of a number of delightful walking trails. In the park you will find Barden and Haysden lakes while the River Medway also runs through the park. The lakes and river offer great opportunities for wildlife watching with a variety of wildfowl visitors all year round. View Full Details>>
Hever Castle2 miles (4 km)Explore the beautiful grounds of this historic castle in Kent on this circular walk. Highlights in the park include: View Full Details>>
High Weald Landscape Trail94 miles (151 km)Explore the High Weald AONB on this fabulous 90 mile walk that links the ridge-top villages and historic gardens for which the area is famous. View Full Details>>
Hoo Peninsula Path19 miles (30 km)Explore the special scenery of the Hoo Peninsula on this waterside walk in Kent. The path runs along the River Thames estuary with a huge number of wading birds to look out for on the way. It runs for about 18 miles from Gravesend in the west, to the village of Allhallows at the eastern end of the path. On the way you'll pass a series of pretty bays, Cliffe Pools Nature Reserve, Blyth Sands, Halstow Marshes and St Mary's Marshes. The scenery is varied with grazing marsh, intertidal mudflats, saltmarsh and lagoons. View Full Details>>
Hucking Estate2 miles (4 km)Enjoy a peaceful stroll through the ancient woodland and open grassland of the Hucking Estate in the Kent Downs AONB. Waymarked walking trails will take you along well surfaced paths with fantastic views over the surrounding countryside. Spring is a great time for this walk as you will find a carpet of pretty bluebells in the delightful woodland glades. Free parking is available on Church Road, where this circular walk starts and finishes. View Full Details>>
Hythe12 miles (19 km)This long circular walk explores the countryside around the Kent town of Hythe. It uses a number of the long distance trails which pass through the area. You'll enjoy canalside paths, hill climbs, woodland trails and fabulous views of the North Downs and the coast. View Full Details>>
Igtham Mote2 miles (3 km)Enjoy a peaceful stroll in the woodland, gardens and parkland surrounding this medieval moated manor house near Sevenoaks in Kent. There are three way-marked walks taking you around the gardens and into the wider estate. The 14 acre gardens are a delight with an 18th-century cascade, orchard and an enclosed garden with a fountain. There's also pleasure grounds with a meandering stream, ornamental lake and specimen trees. View Full Details>>
Jeskyns Park2 miles (2.5 km)Explore the woodlands, ponds, orchardsand wildflower meadowsin this country park near Gravesend. Walkers can enjoy a number of waymarked surfaced paths and an 8km grass trail. There are also easy surfaced paths for cyclists. These are good for families looking for a safe ride. View Full Details>>
Joydens Wood4 miles (6.5 km)Explore these ancient woods near Bexleyheathon this easy walk on the border of London and Kent. The area is historically and archeologically significant with remains found from Roman times. This is represented with a series of impressive wooden sculptures. Look out for the Saxon Warrior and Roman Soldier pieces in particular. There's lots of wildlife to see also. Look out for bats, woodpecker, owl and dormouse all of which are represented by a sculpture. View Full Details>>
Kent Coast207 miles (333 km)Walk the entirety of the beautiful Kent Coast on this long distance walk View Full Details>>
King's Wood Kent2 miles (4 km)This large area of woodland near Challock has miles of good walking trails to try. There's a good sized sculpture trail with a series of interesting wooden sculptures and pretty bluebells in the springtime. The ancient woodland is comprised of Sweet Chestnut, Beech, Corsican Pine and Douglas Fir. It's a great place for wildlife with species including fallow deer, adders, nightjars and green woodpeckers. View Full Details>>
Knole Park6 miles (9 km)A circular walk around the delightful deer park at Knole in Sevenoaks. The walk begins near the bus station in Sevenoaks and heads past Knole House, along the Broad Walk and Chestnut Walk to Fawke Common. You continue through Rambles Wood, Godden Wood and then through Knole Park Golf Course before returning to the start point. The grounds of the park are delightful with about 500 resident deer, ancient woodland, dry heathland, acid grassland and wood pasture. Knole house contains a world class collection of furniture and textiles from royal palaces and is also well worth exploring. View Full Details>>
Leeds Castle Maidstone3 miles (5 km)Explore the stunning grounds of this 19th century castle and former residence of Catherine of Aragon.There are 500 acres of beautiful parkland, open water and formal gardens to explore on well laid out walking paths. You can enjoy a waterside stroll along the River Len in the delightful Wood Garden with its Azaleas and Rhododendrons. The Culpeper Garden is also stunning with floral displays including Roses, Lupins, Poppies and Lads' Love. The Mediterranean Garden Terrace is also popular with a south facing aspect, authentic Mediterranean style, and superb views across the Great Water. View Full Details>>
Leybourne Lakes Country Park4 miles (6 km)Enjoy peaceful, waterside walking and cycling at Leybourne Lakes Country Park, near Maidstone in Kent. In the park you will find 230acres of lakes and woodland providing a peaceful location for wildlife and birdwatching. View Full Details>>
Leysdown Coastal Park6 miles (9 km)Enjoy fabulous views of the Thames Estuary on this circular walk through Leysdon Coastal park and Leysdon Marshes on the Isle of Sheppey. For cyclists please see the Isle of Harty Trail which also runs through the park. View Full Details>>
Linton Park3 miles (5 km)Explore the stunning 19th-century landscape park surrounding this 18th-centurycountry houseinLinton,Kent View Full Details>>
Lower Leas Coastal Park2 miles (4 km)This coastal country park is located in Folkestone and has fabulous views over the Kent coastline. National Cycle Route 2 also runs through the park. View Full Details>>
Lullingstone Country Park3 miles (5 km)Explore 460 acres of parkland in this large open space in the Darenth Valley of Kent. Located between Eynsford and Shoreham, Lullingstone contains several waymarked walking trails of varying lengths. View Full Details>>
Manor Park Country Park2 miles (4 km)Located near Maidstone in Kent, this 52 acre country park has fields, wildflower meadows and a lake with swans, moorhens and dabchicks View Full Details>>
Margate to Broadstairs Coastal Walk6 miles (9 km)This walk follows a section of the Thanet Coastal Path between these two major Kent towns. You'll pass a number of pretty beaches and bays including the popular Botany Bay. It's also an area with connections to Charles Dickens, with the walk passing Bleak House, the former home of the famous 19th century author. The walk is fairly easy going with most of the route taking place on flat, waymarked footpaths. View Full Details>>
Medway Valley Walk28 miles (45 km)This is a lovely, easy riverside walk along the River Medway from Tonbridge to Rochester. View Full Details>>
Mereworth Woods5 miles (8 km)These large woods near Sevenoaks have miles of mountain bike trails and woodland walks to enjoy. The ancient woods consist of mixed broadleaf woodland, acid heath and some conifer plantations. The woods include wide bridleways with some steep descents and nice jumps to try. There's also good footpaths for walkers with lots of wildlife to look out for. View Full Details>>
Milton Creek Country Park3 miles (4.5 km)A short circular cycle or walk around Milton Creek Country Park near Sittingbourne in Kent View Full Details>>
Mote Park1 miles (2 km)This 450 acre park in Maidstone has a lovely lakeside cycling and walking track running through it, using National Cycle Network number 177 View Full Details>>
Oldbury Hill1 miles (2 km)Enjoy a series of walking paths around this Iron Age Hillfort near Sevenoaks. The paths will take you through ancient woodland with interesting plants including heather and bilberry. From the high points there are great views of the surrounding countryside. Dating from 100 BC the impressive fort is one of the largest in the country, situated in an excellent defensive position on a very steep hill. View Full Details>>
Peene Quarry Country Park2 miles (4 km)A short circular walk around Peene Quarry in the North Downs View Full Details>>
Pegwell Bay Country Park2 miles (4 km)This park is located near Ramsgate and has splendid views over Pegwell Bay and Sandwich Bay. In the bay is a large nature reserve, known for its migrating waders and wildfowl. A local cycle route runs right through the park so you can take your bike. View Full Details>>
Penshurst Place3 miles (5 km)This circular walk takes you around the lovely Penhurst Estate near Tonbridge in Kent. Although there is an admission charge to access the house and gardens you can follow public footpaths through the wider estate's parkland and woodland. There's much to enjoy with fine views of the medieval manor house and the River Medway. There's also several pretty lakes and nice woodland trails in the north eastern section of the park. View Full Details>>
Pilgrims Way133 miles (214 km)Follow in the footsteps of the pilgrims who followed this ancient track from Winchester in Hampshire, to the shrine of Thomas Becket at Canterbury in Kent View Full Details>>
Ranscombe Farm Country Park5 miles (7.5 km)Explore 560 acres of meadows and woodland in this large nature reserve on the slopes of the North Downs in Kent View Full Details>>
Reculver Country Park4 miles (6 km)This country park is located on the Kent coast at Reculver. The cliff top views over Herne Bay are fantastic with a wide variety of wildlife and plantlife to see. The Reculver Towers are also located in the park. They are an important local landmark and are listed as a Scheduled Ancient Monument. View Full Details>>
Riverhill Himalayan Gardens1 miles (1 km)Enjoy an easy stroll around these beautiful gardens on this short walk near Sevenoaks. The gardens include bluebell woodland, rhododendrons and azaleas. There's also a walled garden with Himalayan-inspired grass-sculpted terraces and a large pond with fountains. You can enjoy a short climb to the little Everest viewpoint for wonderful views over the Weald of Kent. View Full Details>>
Riverside Country Park3 miles (5 km)Explore the Medway Estuary in 250 acres of country park in Gillingham, Kent View Full Details>>
Romney Marsh9 miles (15 km)This expansive area of wetland in Kent is ideal for walking with miles of flat footpaths, quiet villages and beautiful scenery to enjoy. The wetland, rivers and streams on the marsh also attract a huge variety of wildlife, so keep your eyes peeled for Herons, Great Crested Grebes and the Bar Talied Godwit as you make your way through the area. View Full Details>>
Samphire Hoe Country Park2 miles (3.5 km)This coastal country park is located near Dover on the Kent coast. The park was created by using chalk marl from the Channel Tunnel excavations. There are fabulous views of the stunning Shakespeare Cliff and the Strait of Dover. The park is a Nature Reserve with a huge variety of wildlife and a number of nationally rare plant species including the Early Spider Orchid. View Full Details>>
Saxon Shore Way160 miles (257 km)Explore Kent's ancient coastline as you visit Iron Age hill forts, cathedrals, Martello towers, historic ports and castles on this incredible 160 mile walk. View Full Details>>
Scotney Castle3 miles (5 km)Explore the 770 acres of woodland and parkland surrounding this 14th century moated castle near Tunbridge Wells. The gardens are stunning with rhododendrons and azaleas and the ruins of the Old Castle at the centre. The new house was built in the 19th century and overlooks the castle. It has grand rooms with fine furniture and paintings. View Full Details>>
Sevenoaks9 miles (14.5 km)The popular Kent town of Sevenoaks is surrounded by beautiful parks, gardens, woodland and several long distance walking trails. View Full Details>>
Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve2 miles (3 km)Follow a series of well laid out footpaths around this lovely nature reserve on this short walk in Sevenoaks. The site covers 71 hectares (175 acres) and includes several lakes, ponds, reedbed and woodlands. The reserve attracts a wide variety of birds including Greylag Goose, Little Ringed Plover,Lapwing,Moorhen,Coot,Great Crested Grebe andTufted Duck. View Full Details>>
Sheerness Way6 miles (9 km)Opened in 2011 this super, circular cycle and walking route, follows a series of safe, traffic free paths around Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey. View Full Details>>
Shorne Woods Country Park2 miles (4 km)This park near Gravesend has 288 acres of rolling woodlands, wetlands and meadows that can be explored via a variety of waymarked trails, suitable for cyclists and walkers. The park has excellent on site facilities including a visitor centre, cafe, a sensory garden, fishing lakes, a trim trail and picnic and play areas. View Full Details>>
Sissinghurt Castle3 miles (4.5 km)Explore the 460 acres of gorgeous Wealden countryside in the Sissinghurst Castle Estate on this walk in Kent. You can stroll through the stunning gardens before heading into the surrounding woodland to stretch your legs further. Highlights include the gazebo by the pretty moat, and the 16th century tower withvast panoramic views from the top. View Full Details>>
South Foreland Lighthouse2 miles (3 km)This walk climbs to the Victorian South Foreland Lighthouse on the White Cliffs above St Margaret's. It's about a one mile walk from the town up to the lighthouse with great coastal views and a visit to the lovely Pines Garden on the way. View Full Details>>
Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve4 miles (6.5 km)This delightful nature reserve near Canterbury boasts the largest reedbeeds in the South East of England. There are miles of well laid out footpaths taking you past the reedbeds, wet grazing meadows and lagoons where you will see a wide variety of wildlife. Look out for bearded reedlings, bitterns, marsh harriers, sandpipers, grebes, kingfishers and rare garganey ducks. You may also see water voles, weasels or even an otter. There are also several bird hides and an observation mound. View Full Details>>
Stour Valley Walk51 miles (82 km)Follow the River Stour from its source near Lenham to the estuary at Pegwell Bay on the Kent coast. You will pass through a varied landscape of downland, woodland, orchards, farmland, lakes, dykes and marshland. The route also passes through many of Kent's finest unspoilt villages, hamlets and historic towns. View Full Details>>
Sussex Border Path137 miles (220 km)A fabulous long distance walk following the Sussex county border from Thorney Island in West Sussex to Rye in East Sussex. View Full Details>>
Swale Heritage Trail12 miles (19 km)Travel through Kent along the Swale Heritage Trail from Murston to Goodnestone. The walk runs parallel to The Swale - the strip of sea separating North Kent from the Isle of Sheppey. View Full Details>>
Teston BridgeCountry Park3 miles (4.5 km)This country park is set around the picturesque 14th century Teston Bridge on the banks of the River Medway in Teston, near Maidstone. Avariety of wildlife can be spotted here – look out for otters which can be seen along the river. View Full Details>>
Thames Estuary Trail115 miles (185 km)Explore the Thames Estuary on this walk through Essex and Kent. The walk runs from Foulness Island to the Isle of Sheppey, passing Southend, Gravesend and Rochester. The scenery includes salt marshes, mudflats and open beaches, including the North Kent Marshes and the Essex Marshes. View Full Details>>
Thanet Coastal Path20 miles (32 km)Travel from Reculver to Pegwell Bay and enjoy bays, beaches and spectacular cliffs along this beautiful coastal path. The walk passes through several delightful coastal towns and villages including Birchington, Westgate on Sea, Margate and Ramsgate before finishing at the lovely Pegwell Bay. View Full Details>>
The Miner's Way27 miles (44 km)This circular walking trail passes through the attractive countryside of East Kent with the remains of the collieries, colliery villages and the East Kent Railway providing a historical theme to the walk View Full Details>>
Tonbridge12 miles (19 km)This long circular walk explores the parks, woods, commons, rivers and countryside surrounding the market town of Tonbridge in Kent. It makes use of three long distance waymarked trails to visit some of the highlights of the area. View Full Details>>
Toys Hill4 miles (6 km)Visit the highest point on the Kent Downs on this circular walk in Sevenoaks. There's hundreds of acresof woodland to explore with wonderful views over the Weald of Kent. View Full Details>>
Trosley Country Park4 miles (7 km)Enjoy magnificent views of the North Downs in 170 acres of beautiful woodland and chalk downland at Trosley Country Park. There are three waymarked trails of varying difficulty and a trim trail for those looking to get super fit! The Woodland walk trail and the Trosley Trail are both open to cyclists - click here for more details. View Full Details>>
Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk27 miles (44 km)Explore the beautiful countryside around Royal Tunbridge Wells on this circular walk through the High Weald AONB View Full Details>>
Tunbridge Wells Common1 miles (2 km)Explore this large green space on this pleasant walk in Tunbridge Wells. The common is criss-crossed with lots of nice walking trails and a cycle path. On the common you'll find woodland, heathland, ponds and a variety of wildlife. Look out for roe deer, voles, lizards and grass snakes. Around the ponds you can see frogs, toads, newts and dragonflies. View Full Details>>
Vanguard Way66 miles (106 km)This trail runs from the outskirts of London, through Ashdown Forest, Alfriston and Cuckmere Valley to the stunning East Sussex coast. View Full Details>>
Wantsum Walk19 miles (30 km)This is a super walk from Herne Bay to Birchington which includes both coastal and riverside stretches. View Full Details>>
Wealdway82 miles (132 km)Follow the Wealdway from the River Thames at Gravesend to Eastbourne on the Sussex coast. The route crosses the chalk ridges of the North and South Downs and passes through the lovely Weald AONB and the expansive Ashdown Forest. After starting at Gravesend the walk heads through Tonbridge, Royal Tunbridge Wells with its famous Pantiles, Uckfield before finishing at Eastbourne with its splendid views from Beachy Head. View Full Details>>
White Cliffs Country Trails28 miles (45 km)This circular route takes you on a tour of the beautiful Kent coastline around Dover, before heading inland into the countryside. View Full Details>>
White Horse Wood Country Park1 miles (1.5 km)Enjoy fabulous views over the Kent Downs AONB in this new country park near Maidstone. The park contains well surfaced walking trails taking you through grassland and woodland. It also includes the medieval ruins of Thurnham castle and traces of an Iron Age settlement. View Full Details>>
Whitstable to Herne Bay5 miles (8 km)Enjoy a coastal walk between these two attractive Kent towns. It's a nice easy, five mile walk, using a section of the Saxon Shore Way. You can return the same way or catch a train back to Whitstable. View Full Details>>
Wye Downs3 miles (5 km)Explore this lovely area of chalk downland and woodland near Wye in Kent. Wye Downs is a nature reserve with several dramatic coombes formed in the ice age. This includes the Devil's Kneading Trough, a steep-sided valley with views of Romney Marsh., the Weald and the English Channel. The area is also home to interesting flora and fauna including several species of rare orchid. View Full Details>>

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