Winterhurst

Sun 12th Jan 2020

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Region
Southern England
Local Group
Kent
Distance
17.5ml.
Start Time
09.00
Route
Meet at Ashurst Station

Circular route from Ashurst, through Speldhurst and pub stop in Penshurst

General Notes
Train from Victoria arriving at 08.58
Start and Finish

Entry Details:

Cost

Walk Report

This is an anti-clockwise route which starts at Ashurst Station and initially heads south and south east before joining the Wealdway and turning north easterly to reach the village of Fordcombe. Although the route leaves the Wealdway for a short stretch, it rejoins it to reach Speldhurst. The walk continues generally northwards to reach Bidborough and beyond. On reaching the River Medway, the route heads south west to follow the Eden Valley Walk to pass Penshurst Place before arriving in the village. From Penshurst, the route heads initially westwards before turning southwards, eventually joining up with the Sussex Border Path to return to Ashurst.

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Rights of way data from selected Local Authorities.
Large scale digital mapping is provided by John Thorn.