Discover how engaging with nature and walking is beneficial to your well-being with a 5-mile circular walk in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

  • 28 Sep 2018
  • 11.15am
  • Wye

Well-being and Nature Walk

Discover how engaging with nature and walking is beneficial to your well-being with a 5-mile circular walk in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

This walk begins at the Church of St. Gregory and St. Martin, following the North Downs Way National Trail up to the Wye Crown, the outline of a crown cut into the chalk hills to commemorate the coronation of King Edward VII in 1902. Following the ridge of the Kent Downs, enjoy beautiful views of the landscape below. After reaching the stunning and curiously named Devil’s Kneading Trough, a bowl-shaped feature in the chalk escarpment, you can judge for yourself if this is indeed the most beautiful view in Kent. Descending into the vale, we follow a level easy walk back into Wye. As with all great walks, this walk will finish with a pub lunch at the Tickled Trout next to Wye station. A charming pub by the Stour River, serving good food sourced from local suppliers. Try local brews, including the Tickled Trout Ale.

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