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Cicerone Guides: Walking in Kent 40 Walks Throughout the County

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Kev Reynolds
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guides: Walking in Kent
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This is the third collection of walks in the Garden of England selected by Kev Reynolds. It includes the best of the walks from the previous two volumes (now out of print), as well as some recently discovered routes in all corners of the county. There's plenty to appeal to both family strollers and determined ramblers, and each route has been rewalked and carefully revised. Come walking in Kent and you'll discover some of Britain's finest non-mountain landscapes, as well as hidden architectural treasures and historic villages. But best of all is the surprise of long unhindered views and big skies over Kent, where Britain begins. The features include: 40 walks, with variations; easy-to-follow route descriptions; O.S. mapping; background information; and full colour illustrations.


Preface Introduction Kent - A Walker's County Notes for Walkers Using the Guide The Country Code The Walks West Kent and The Weald 1 Lullingstone Park - Shoreham - Lullingstone Park 2 Shoreham - Romney Street - Shoreham 3 Westerham - French Street - Chartwell - Westerham 4 Crockham Hill - Toys Hill - Obriss - Crockham Hill 5 Toys Hill - Ide Hill - Crockham Hill - French Street - Toys Hill 6 Ide Hill - Manor Farm - Ide Hill 7 Sevenoaks Weald - Boarhill - Sevenoaks Weald 8 Shipbourne - Underriver - Ightham Mote - Shipbourne 9 Four Elms - Winkhurst Green - Bough Beech - Four Elms 10 Marsh Green - Crippenden Manor - Marsh Green 11 Cowden - Horseshoe Green - Bassett's Farm - Cowden 12 Cowden - Hoath Corner - Cowden 13 Chiddingstone - Penshurst - Chiddingstone 14 Penshurst - Salmans - Nashes Farm - Penshurst 15 Penshurst - Fordcombe - Penshurst 16 Groombridge - Speldhurst - Groombridge 17 Brenchley - Matfield - Brenchley 18 Yalding - Hunton - Buston Manor - Yalding 19 Teston Bridge - Wateringbury - Kettle Corner - Teston Bridge 20 Linton - Boughton Monchelsea Place - Linton 21 Ulcombe Church - Boughton Malherbe - Grafty Green - Ulcombe 22 Pluckley - Little Chart - Egerton - Pluckley 23 Tenterden (Wittersham Road) - Small Hythe - Tenterden 24 Appledore - Stone-in-Oxney - Royal Military Canal - Appledore North and East Kent 25 Camer Country Park - Luddesdown - Great Buckland - Camer Country Park 26 Stansted - Fairseat - Hodsoll Street - Ridley - Stansted 27 Trosley Country Park - Coldrum Stones - Ryarsh - Trosley Country Park 28 Newington - Upchurch - Lower Halstow - Newington 29 Leysdown-on-Sea - Shellness - Harty - Leysdown-on-Sea 30 Faversham - Oare Creek - Uplees - Oare - Faversham 31 Faversham - Ham Marshes - Oare Creek - Faversham 32 Wye - Crundale - Coombe Manor - Wye 33 Wye - Wye Downs - Cold Blow - Wye 34 Chilham - Julliberrie Downs - Chilham 35 Stodmarsh Nature Reserve - Grove Ferry - Stodmarsh 36 St Nicholas at Wade - Chitty - Sarre - St Nicholas at Wade 37 Bridge - Patrixbourne - Kingston - Bishopsbourne - Bridge 38 Elham - Breach - Elham 39 Sandwich - Sandwich Bay - Sandwich 40 Dover (Langdon Cliffs) - St Margaret's at Cliffe - Langdon Cliffs Longer Walks 41 The Darent Valley Path 42 The Eden Valley Walk 43 The Elham Valley Way 44 The Greensand Way 45 The High Weald Walk 46 The Medway Valley Walk 47 The North Downs Way 48 The Royal Military Canal Path 49 The Saxon Shore Way 50 The Stour Valley Walk 51 The Wealdway Appendix I: Route Table Appendix II: Useful Addresses Appendix III: Recommended Reading

Customer Reviews


Kev Reynolds, author of this guide, is a freelance writer, photojournalist and lecturer who lives in Kent. A prolific compiler of guidebooks, his first title for Cicerone Press (Walks & Climbs in the Pyrenees) appeared in 1978; he has since produced 27 titles for the same publisher, with others being researched at present. A member of the Outdoor Writers' Guild, the Alpine Club and Austrian Alpine Club, his passion for mountains and the countryside remains undiminished after a lifetime's activity, and he regularly travels throughout Britain to share that enthusiasm through his lectures.
Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Kev Reynolds
Publisher: Cicerone Press
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'Plenty of good walking by someone who knows the county well'. (The Rambler)
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