North Downs Way National Trail
A route over chalk downs and ridges chosen for it's scenic qualities and beautiful extensive views; in particular at St. Martha's Hill and Bluebell Hill. In places the route follows the line of the ancient Pilgrim's Way and along river valleys including the River Wey. In Surrey there are pleasant shady sections wandering through beech, oak and ash woodland. The route also offers historic and literary interest in the course of its journey. The village of Chilham is especially pretty. At the eastern end you can either walk via Canterbury or follow the slightly shorter southern route.
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