Dual language sign to Pooh Bridge
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A walk via Pooh Bridge to the attractive Wealden village of Hartfield, with a longer option over the elevated heathland of Ashdown Forest.
Heather on Ashdown Forest
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A long walk through Pooh country with far-reaching views from the top of Ashdown Forest
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The 1066 County Path, picturesque Battle and its Abbey
A gentle walk through the Weald to Poundgate, with some nice views of the Weald and the distant South Downs.
Edenbridge to Westerham walk
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A slow climb from Eden Valley to the Greensand Ridge and the High Chart,via Chartwell (NT, Churchill's Home) and Emmetts Garden (NT).
Climbers at Harrison's Rocks
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A short walk through an interesting part of the High Weald.
Marked on the map. Forest Row Circular
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The heathlands of Ashdown Forest. Travel by Bus.
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The High Weald, Kipling’s home, and panoramic views
Old Well and High Street, Frant
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A varied High Weald walk with stretches through parkland, restored heathland and woods containing massive sandstone outcrops, finishing alongside the Spa Valley Railway.
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This walk follows the Sussex Border path to Bewl Water, then follows its banks back to Wadhurst for tea. Gentle gradients but never flat.
Cowden to Eridge
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Starts along a valley and then over hills to Hartfield for lunch, followed by an undulating trek thorough woods and fields to Eridge.
Converted oast house, Salmans Manor
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A contrast between a remote part of the Weald and three attractive and popular Kent villages
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Gentle woods and fields, the Battle of Hastings, and Battle Abbey
Staffhurst Wood in spring
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A short climb over the Greensand Hills followed by a gentle walk across the Low Weald, with a fine bluebell wood at its centre
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Gentle walk through quiet Kent Orchards with ancient pubs - Darling Buds of May territory. Hilly afternoon options.
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Quiet, rolling hills, Bodiam Castle (NT), with a gentler finish.
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Out via the National Trust's Knole Park, House, and Igtham Mote. Back by the Greensand Way along the escarpment of the Kent Downs.
Sevenoaks to Westerham
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Knole Park, then west along the Greensand Way with spectacular views of the Kent Weald.
Staplehurst to Headcorn
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An easy walk through fields in the Kentish Weald, with some fine bluebell woods en route, and an option to visit Sissinghurst Gardens (NT).
Corner Cottage, 21 April '07
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Remote, rolling Hills, Burwash for Lunch and Batemans (NT, Rudyard Kipling's home)
Paint Your Wagon - or any other farm implements to prevent rust. David A. Vivitar 5199 mp
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The High Weald, quiet countryside - woods and rolling hills, the Sussex Border Path, and historic Mayfield for lunch.
They could have filmed Bridge on the River Kwai here perhaps.
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Nymans Gardens (NT), and the ruins of Slaugham
Balcombe Circular walk
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Two interlocking circular walks (one for Summer, one for Winter) around Balcombe, taking in Ardingly Reservoir, the Ouse Valley Viaduct, and fine Weald territory.
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Gentle wooded hills, Wakehurst Place Gardens (NT) and a reservoir
The ruins of Brambletye House. D.Allen Vivitar 5199mp
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Two walks in classic Weald territory, with an optional visit to the National Trust property of Standen
SWC Walk 27 - East Grinstead to Wivelsfield or Sheffield Park
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Long walk through area of bluebell-rich woodland then heathery commons, or shorter walk and return by steam train
A Bluebell Railway train chugs by
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A gently undulating walk in the low hills around the Ouse Valley.