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Eden Valley Walk

24 km / 15 miles

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 walk enters the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and passes through parkland, woodland and open fields. The route is also rich in historical architecture, running close to both Hever and Tonbridge castles as well as many historic churches.

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Path Type
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Easy; Downland/Wolds; Heritage
TQ426445 - Cernes Farm, Edenbridge, Kent
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TQ589466 - Tonbridge Castle, Tonbridge, Kent
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Eden Valley Walk (Edenbridge Town Council - 2012)


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Route Profile:

23.2 Km (14.4 miles)
215 m (705 ft) ascent
73 m (240 ft)  maximum height