Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk

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Start: Southborough Common
Distance: 27 miles (44 km)
Grid Ref: TQ575427
Climbing: 890 metres
Walk time: 10-13 hours
Days: 1-3

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk is a long distance footpath which was formerly known as the High Weald Walk. The walk explores the diverse countryside around Royal Tunbridge Wells which lies on the borders of Kent and East Sussex. The walk lies within the High Weald AONB. It passes through a rolling landscape of ridges and valleys with a patchwork of small fields, hedges and broadleaved woodland. On the route are Groombridge Place, High Rocks, Eridge Rocks and Harrison's Rocks, all sandstone outcrops popular with climbers, and Eridge Park. From the starting point, some of the places the walk visits includes Conneyburrow Wood, Somerhill Park, Tudeley (where a short diversion to the Tudeley Woods Nature Reserve can be made), Kent College, Snipe Wood, Chase Wood, Frant, Eridge Green, Groombridge and Speldhurst.

Useful Links:
Tim Bertuchi's Walk
Explore Kent
Long Distance Walkers Association

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