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From the village, cross through the churchyard into an enclosed alleyway following the way markers. At the end of the alley, bear right following North Down Way markers to the road. Cross the road and continue ahead coming to a wide stony track that gradually gets steeper until you reach a road. As you walk through the woodland which will be full of winter splendour, see how the light glints through the branches of the trees as you make your way through. The North Downs Way markers will guide you through some of Kent’s most beautiful landscape. A little further along is a rest area along with a commerative plaque and the Wye Crown which you’ll see carved into the hillside. Perhaps more difficult to appreciate the glory of the crown close up, it was created in 1902 by a group of students to commemorate the coronation of King Edward VII.


Your walk continues across the top of the Downs so you can continue to enjoy the spectacular views. Follow North Downs Way signs along a grassy path. Go through a final kissing gate and you’ll find the car park a short distance ahead. If you’re looking for a great winter walk in Kent with outstanding year round scenery and landscape, you’ll find it all on this walk and you may even feel inspired to walk more of the North Downs Way. In 2018, the North Downs Way is celebrating its 40th anniversary; it’s a perfect excuse to take on a bit of a challenge!


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To find out about other walks in Kent including other winter walks in Kent and events at Kent Country Parks, please visit the Explore Kent website www.explorekent.org. Follow @explorekent on Twitter and Facebook and share your experiences with us.


Location: Wye, TN25 5AW Distance: 4.3 miles (6.92 km) Circular Time: Allow 3 hours OS Explorer Map: 137


Terrain: Field paths and tracks Some steep slopes


Public Transport: For public transport directions to Wye from your home address, please visit kentconnected.org


Parking: A parking area is available alongside Coldharbour Lane approximately 90 metres from the Devil’s Kneading Trough restaurant.


Refreshments & facilities: There are a selection of shops, pubs & tea rooms in Wye


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