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Oxenhill offers walks through developing, managed woodland and meadows. A secluded spot, it can be explored alongside nearby Kemsing Downs and Palace Park Woods.
Just outside of Sevenoaks, the Common is a great place to enjoy peaceful walks through typical English woodland.
Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve isn't just great for birdwatching – you can explore the lakes, the elemental gardens, and learn about the environment at the visitor centre.
The beauty of the Darent Valley has inspired generations of artists and writers eager to capture the essence of this classic English countryside with its rolling hills, luxuriant meadows and picturesq...
This peaceful and refreshing 5 mile walk starts by the river in the picturesque village of Otford and then climbs high above the valley to take in stunning views.
This 5 mile scenic walk starts in the village of East Malling and follows a largely flat route through orchards and woodland. The walk also offers some fine views of the North Downs along the way.
From the Leisure Centre follow the steep path and pass through the metal gate into Knole Park. This is your first chance to glimpse some of the many deer to be seen along the way on this 4 mile strol...
A mix of woodland and open grassland, Palace Park Wood was planted out in 1998 and has since greatly benefited local wildlife around Otford.
There are a some truly beautiful country walks to be enjoyed on the grounds of Ightham Mote, a 700-year-old Grade I listed National Trust property.
Featuring both steep chalk downland and ancient woodland, Kemsing Downs is a great place to enjoy both beautiful views and isolated woodland walks.
The hilltop Farningham Woods offers both extensive views over the Kent countryside and peaceful, secluded walks amongst some of its nationally scarce trees and plants.
This pretty Wildlife Reserve, with its visitor centre, shop and cafe, is the perfect base for exploring the natural world around Bough Beech reservoir.