Knockholt Circular walk

An enjoyable day out in the country within zone 6, thanks to those who campaigned for and legislated the Green Belt policy.


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  • Knockholt Circular via Downe and Cudham | Cool Dudes Walking Club
    Cool Dudes Walking Club, Jun-23

    #swcwalks #swcwalk7 A 13-mile stroll from Knockholt, round Pratt's Bottom, Downe, Cudham and back again. This walk was taken from the excellent Saturday Walkers Club website. You can find it here:

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  • Knockholt Circular. 25/3/12.
    amib, Mar-12

    A very enjoyable 11.2 miles in London's Zone 6! Well, some of it...

    Setting out from the station, it's only a few minutes before the walker is on a golf course and then into open fields. There are a number of these, and bluebell (just coming out today!) woods prior to lunch in the village of Downe, where Darwin lived for a number of years.

    Thereafter, it's more of the same, with some impressive hill top views, including some reminders that the Metropolis is not so far away.

    A lovely walk, bearing in mind the Zone 6 location; beautiful weather, plenty of bird song and snippets of bluebells...delightful!

    (For those walking on the last Sunday of the summer months in 2012, tea can be had in Cudham Church between 3-5 pm; I arrived there at precisely 3pm, though didn't partake. Tea and cake are due to be served on 8+9, 29/4, 7 and 27/5, 4 and 24/6, 29/7 and 30/9).