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Join us for a FREE accessible nature experience above The White Cliffs of Dover.

  • 3 Jul 2024
  • 10.30am - 12pm
  • Dover

Note: Booking is Essential to avoid disappointment as places are limited! Pre-walk instructions will be sent by Wild with Wheels (

Join us for a cliff top stroll above the infamous White cliffs of Dover. The newly installed accessible path, and wheelchair accessible gates have opened up a section of Kent’s award-winning (Worldwide Lonely Planet 2022) Heritage Coastal walk.

Overlook the Port of Dover to see the ferries and cruise terminal, along with far-reaching views across the Channel, where on a good day we can see France, its white cliffs and Calais.

We explore this part of Kent Downs AONB, the chalk grassland that forms the Cross Channel GeoPark.

And we also get a fabulous view of Dover Castle when returning to the visitor centre, which serves refreshments and the National Trust shop to browse.

Highlights and Facilities

♿ Wheelchair and mobility scooter friendly with concrete aggregate and accessible gates

👨‍🦯 Suitable for most physical, learning and mental health needs (see challenge ratings below)

🫂 Carers welcome

🚙 Free parking for those with an FNT Pass & blue badge. Otherwise, it’s £5 for cars and £7 for motorhomes and campervans.

🚾 Toilets nearby – at the rear of The Visitor Centre

🚸 All ages/abilities welcome

🏳️‍🌈 Welcoming and friendly group

🌳 Connect with nature, wildlife, plant life and the landscape

📚 Interactive and sensory with Nature, History, Geology and Folktales

🌄 A route with a view (Sea, Dover Castle, Rolling Hills)

🔊 Equipment and support can be provided for Visual or Hearing impairments (please let us know in advance)

⏰ 2 hours duration but feel free to leave when & if you need to

🐕‍🦺 Support dogs and well-behaved dogs (and their owners) welcome (please notify the host if participants may be afraid of dogs in advance)

Accessibility and Challenge Rating

This location is suitable for mobility scooter/ powerchair and competent wheelchair users. There are some steep inclines, that will require wheeled assistance. Support is offered for navigating challenging conditions safely.

Therefore the challenge rating of this walk is level 2. Explanations of our challenge ratings can be found on our website…

Meeting Details

Meeting Point: Outside the Visitor Centre

Address: Langdon Cliffs, Upper Road, Dover, Kent, CT16 1HJ

What3Words: wand.missions.nibbles

Grid Ref: TR 33623 42219

More details of the walks on our website…

📸 Photos are taken during the event for promotional and marketing purposes. Please notify the walk leader of your preferences.


This event is part of the North Downs Way National Trail and Kent Downs National Landscape’s Putting Down Routes Project.

The Putting Down Routes project seeks to encourage new audiences from under-represented communities to the North Downs Way National Trail, as well as upgrading and enhancing parts of the trail so they are more accessible to a wider range of people.

The project aims to position the North Downs Way National Trail as a safe, inclusive and accessible destination where all are welcome.

Putting Down Routes is a collaborative project between the Kent Downs National Landscape and the North Downs Way National Trail, working with partners Black Girls Hike and Wild With Wheels. Putting Downs Routes is funded through The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Defra’s Farming in Protected Landscapes.

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