Walking in Kent
From discovering the Chartwell estate and the surrounding countryside, exploring the woodland and wildlife at Sissinghurst Castle Garden and enjoying the panoramic views at Toys Hill, here are some of the best walks in Kent.
A beautiful 3-hour walk that links Chartwell with Emmetts Garden. From daffodils and bluebells to roses and autumnal shades, enjoy a rainbow of colour throughout each month of the year as you walk through the West Kent countryside.
Explore highlights of the 450-acre estate around Sissinghurst Castle Garden on this circular walk, taking in a 16th-century tower and Sissinghurst Castle Farm.
Follow the trail to discover historic parkland, take in the view of Scotney Castle and discover fascinating features of the Scotney estate in Kent.
Enjoy the Kentish countryside from the Ightham Mote estate as you walk the periphery of a large part of its 580 acres. The walk incorporates Scathes Wood, the Greensand Way, Wilmot Hill and Broadhoath Wood.
Follow the Octavia Hill Centenary Trail West in Kent and experience the places that were part of the life and history of one of the National Trust's founders.
Explore Mariners Hill on this circular trail, which takes in fantastic views over Sir Winston Churchill's home at the Chartwell estate and the Weald of Kent.
Explore Mariners Hill and enjoy views of Winston Churchill's home at Chartwell and the Weald in Kent on this moderate circular walk.
This historical circular walk links two National Trust places dating to medieval times, while also taking you through the ancient woodland of Scathes Wood and into Fairlawne Estate.
Enjoy spectacular views at the White Cliffs of Dover.