Kent Downs , The Garden of England and a Farm Shop

Join us on this amazing 10 mile hike in the Kent Downs , enjoy the stunning landscape, learn why Kent has become the Garden of England, enjoy the stunning landscape and taste local produce.

During the hike will visit Wye and learn it’s connection to Canterbury , walk to breathtakingly beautiful coombes formed by periglacial action during the last ice age, of which the most spectacular is known as the Devil’s Kneading Trough. We will also visit a rural village, two historic churches, an amazing agricultural, museum where we can enter an oast house , and a farm shop in the Kents area of Outstanding National Beauty near the Wye Downs.



The price includes:

  • guided hike and church visits,
  • farm shop visit
  • visit to the agricultural museum

You can meet us at Wye train station or if you wish to come by train we are meeting at St. Pancras International Station in front of Oliver Bonas Shop near platform 12 at 07.50

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