Eden Valley Walk

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Start: Cernes Farm, Edenbridge
Distance: 15 miles (24 km)
Grid Ref: TQ426445
 
Climbing: 197 metres
Walk time: 5-7 hours
Days: 1

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: This walk is set in the Eden Valley, which for the most part is in the care of the National Trust. The walk was inaugurated by Kent County Council in 1991; a 15-mile route which links the Vanguard Way, where it passes to the west of Edenbridge, and the Wealdway in Tonbridge. The aim of the walk was to follow the course of the River Eden as far as its confluence with the Medway, and then to continue along the Medway's banks as far as Tonbridge Castle. Unfortunately there were insufficient Rights of Way to make this possible, so instead existing footpaths were linked together to form a meandering, but possibly more interesting, route through meadows and woodlands and, at every opportunity, along the riverside too. (Source: Edenbridge Town)


Useful Links:
Edenbridge Town
Long Distance Walkers Association


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