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Great walk with suberb views. Wye has good pubs and coffee shop, free parking & toilets. was a clear sunny day today but muddy at parts, walking boots a must

Gorgeous, within easy reach of London, very muddy if it's rained recently but I little bit of mud never hurt anyone.

From one pub to another

wandern
ausgewaschen
schlammig
4 days ago

wandern
schlammig
überwachsen
4 days ago

wandern
4 days ago

Lovely walk around the history of Jane Austin’s family Tonbridge town. All paths, easy walk for myself and my mum. Both of us are used to doing 2-3 hour walks and are fairly active.

wandern
schlammig
5 days ago

Beautiful walk! Castles, lavender farm, cute shop, river, muddy trail, horses and donkeys on the way, tea house/ aircraft museum, 10/10 walk. We got to Eynsford station before 10am and had to cut it short as we barely made it back before sunset.

wandern
schlammig
5 days ago

Great walk, quite hilly in some parts. Would have been good to know there were large cattle in an open field on the track!! We had to go through the bushes quietly and over a barbed wire fence to get out. Wrong place at wrong time i suppose. Other then that, really enjoyed it.

wandern
11 days ago

Hilly, scenic walk with some nice views. VERY muddy in January!

wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
12 days ago

wandern
12 days ago

We enjoyed this walk which follows a pretty river past a weir and lock. Set in tranquil Kent countryside but near main roads so easily accessible. We paid £2.00 to park (weekends). There is a cafe stall and toilets in the car park. The walk took 1.5 hours, but we were walking slowly as muddy in places. We would like to walk this again.

wandern
privatgrundstück
schlammig
12 days ago

Easy great track, lots of fence stiles so not suitable for dogs. The route I took goes to each sign leading you along the way, the first time I took this route it took me an extra 45 minutes compared to this time, knowing your route allows for an easier and faster route. but there is nothing quite like doing the route the first time and finding your way. Also great to end in Hamstreet for a beer at the Dukes Head upon arrival, with a train station to take you back where you started if required.

wandern
ausgewaschen
abseits des Weges
schlammig
12 days ago

Definitely not a walk to do during winter. Very boggy. Could also do with some instructions in places as the trail isn’t always that clear. Nice views though.

wandern
schlammig
18 days ago

Nice place for walks, lots of options and quite picturesque. Parking is £2.5 on weekends and can pay with “paybyphone” app too.

Brilliant trail with amazing views !! Just need to wear wellies or hiking boots as the surface is very muddy, but very good fun!

wandern
schlammig
24 days ago

Absolutely gorgeous views of the White Cliffs and port of Dover. Trail is quite muddy in some parts, and can be a bit tricky when it comes to steps, but it was well defined and easy to navigate.

wandern
25 days ago

Great trail

Laufen
schlammig
25 days ago

Great trail - easy to follow and pretty scenery

wandern
schlammig
25 days ago

Great value for your time invested with gorgeous views of the nearby lands, and a surprising amount of tame deer roaming the lands. The trails are a bit muddy, and there is quite a bit of deer scat along the way so bring proper footwear, or a change of shoes.

Lovely walk but slippy and muddy in parts as went after quite a bit of rain. Very dog friendly apart from the final stile by the church at the end (as mentioned in the other reviews most dogs can jump the stone wall). Great pub to finish on as well!

Hated this trail. The entire trail is in about a foot of mud. Not recommended at winter!!!!

a great hike

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

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