This 6 mile walk is relatively flat with plenty of open fields to venture through and a few perfect places to discover for a picnic. The distance of the walk is 6 miles (9.7km).
This challenging 6.5 mile route passes through the beautiful village of Kemsing and offers walkers magnificent views across the Weald of Kent.
Find yourself marvelling at the planets in one of Kent's most attractive villages with thriving inns, restaurants and independent shops. The distance of the walk is 5.3 miles (8.5km).
The 153 mile (245 km) North Downs Way offers spectacular views and a fascinating heritage, passing through the Surrey Hills and the Kent Downs Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty from Farnham to Dover...
This charming walk starts at Camer Park, a 45-acre site of Outstanding Natural Beauty - a popular destination throughout the year for people enjoying a breath of fresh air, the mature trees and wildli...
A 4.5 mile walk (with optional 2.6 mile (4.2km) extension) from Snodland train station through farmland and woodland with stunning views across the valley below.
A 5 mile / 8km circular walk through stunning chalk downland and farmland of Ranscombe Farm, past the impressive Darnley Mausoleum and through the village of Cuxton.
A 7.1 mile / 11.5km circular walk through the beautiful landscape of the Kent Downs, with remnants of a rich Neolithic and industrial past dotted along the way.
Enjoy a range of landscape on this 8.3 mile walk starting at Shorne Woods Country Park. A walk through the historic villages of Cobham and Luddesdown and the views over some spectacular open countrysi...
Along this 8 mile walk the local countryside and villages offer excellent walking opportunities and are also home to several intriguing myths and legends.
Take a leisurely stroll around the attractive landscape of Chilham and explore the Stour Valley on this 4.5 mile walk.
This 4.5 mile trail heads west, through Shottenden, to the dramatic Mount and ancient Perry Wood, returning through acres of orchards.
Sandwiched between Sittingbourne and Whitstable, Faversham is an historic Kentish treasure offering visitors the promise of discovery and adventure. The distance of the journey is 11 miles (17.7km).
This walk through a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty starts from Elham's picturesque medieval church. The distance of the journey is 3.7 miles (6km).
Leave the picturesque green at Ide Hill – the highest village in Kent – and follow the path to the first stile to join the Greensand Way and your first taste of the breathtaking panoramic views to be ...
To go with its impressive views over the Kent Downs and historical ruins, this new park's natural development is slowly creating a pretty hilltop woodland.
Neck Wood, near Alkham, is an ancient woodland covering 3.5 hectares, managed by the Woodland Trust.
Hucking Estate is much more than just woodland – this entire area is being preserved as a wonderful remnant of the traditional rural English landscape.
King's Wood is a large forest near Challock that combines opportunities for appreciating art and nature in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.