Syndale Valley Walk- Faversham is a 13.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Newnham, ENG that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Faversham Food Trails Escape to a land that time forgot, where farming, food and rural traditions remain the cornerstones of community life among the unspoiled and picturesque scenery of the Syndale Valley. Running through the mid Kent Downs - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - the chalk valley remains one of the few timeless landscapes in this busy corner of Kent. Not without its own share of historic highlights and notoriety, your walk begins in the ancient settlement of Newnham, nestled in the Syndale Valley since at least the 12th century. Here the Romans grew grapes and James Pimm was born - creator of one of Britain's best-loved summer drinks, the eponymous Pimms. The Revd. Granville Wheler proved the existence of electric current in 1725 at Otterden Place - just one of the grand homes that pepper your path as you make your way through ancient woods, working farmland and historic grazing pastures.