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The North Downs Way is part of the 2,500 miles of Heritage Trails around the country and allows anybody to discover our wonderful landscapes and views within the countryside. From Ashford, there are a number of short trails and walks for you to explore in a day's walk. You can explore these walks with the help of one of the many 'free' Lost Landscape Heritage Trail brochures. Walks and trails close to Ashford, Kent cover Charing, Chartham, Chilham, Cuxton, Hollingbourne and Wye Downs. The brochures are filled with maps and information to help you make the most of your walk, with both short and longer trails available depending how much time or energy you have.
Click the link below to download one of the brochures or to find out more about The North Down Way.


Lost Landscapes Heritage Walk Brochures around Ashford

The North Downs Way National Trail

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ThisIsAshford’s information on The North Downs Way
National Heritage Trail, running 153 miles from Farnham
in Surry to Dover and Canterbury in Kent, following the
famous Pilgrims Way route between Canterbury and Winchester.
With loads of smaller routes within the trail, what better
way for you to enjoy a days walking.