Waterworks

Time Out Country Walks Free walk 81 Hayes to Knockholt

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Down House

This is Charles Darwin's house and is now a museum. Time Out Country Walks - free walks 82 Hayes to Knockholt

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Pratt's Bottom

Time Out Country Walks Freewalks 82 Hayes to Knockholt

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train from London

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Large oaks

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Greyhound Pub - Keston

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horse rider

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Hayes to Knockholt walk

Close to London, this walk in north-west Kent is entirely rural, traversing fields, woods and valleys in London's 'Green Belt'. It passes Charles Darwin's home, Down House (EH)

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for NR-HYS

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Fine, with some sunshine developing.

Today:

Early mist and fog patches will be slow to clear. A fine and dry day then follows, with light winds and some long sunny spells, leading to it feeling rather warm. Maximum Temperature 16C.

Tonight:

Clear spells overnight will lead further patches of mist and fog to develop overnight. These perhaps becoming widespread by Sunday morning. Turning chilly, especially across Kent and Sussex. Minimum Temperature 4C.

Sunday:

Early fog patches will gradually clear, allowing some warm sunny spells. Cloud then thickens from the northwest later in the day, perhaps with the odd spot of rain into Oxfordshire. Maximum Temperature 18C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Chilly start, with any early cloud clearing Monday, then largely sunny. Cloudier and turning breezier Tuesday, however sunny spells likely later. Remaining dry and breezy, with further sunny spells Wednesday.

Day 6 to 15

On Thursday, mainly dry weather is expected in the south, but patchy rain and stronger winds in the north are likely to spread south. From Friday, a change to much colder weather accompanied by sunshine and showers is expected. By next weekend, cold northerly winds will probably bring snow to higher ground in the north and perhaps occasionally to low levels here also. However snow is unlikely to settle at low levels. It will be windy with gales in places, especially the east. Night frost could become widespread with icy patches possible. Many places will become dry and bright from the northwest by the end of next weekend However, more changeable and at times windy conditions will probably become established at the end of this month and going into November.

Day 16 to 30

The weather may be changeable and windy at times with bands of rain or showers, especially in the north. The rain could change to snow at times on northern hills. Cold nights are likely at times with a risk of ice on roads and pavements in the mornings. Towards the middle of the month, there are signs that high pressure may become more dominant to the north, bringing more generally settled conditions at times. However, fog and frost would become more likely. Meanwhile, more changeable and milder weather may become established across the south, with some rain here at times.

Met Office : SE : 2018-10-20T02:30:40