DetailsThis walk goes through a lovely slice of Kentish countryside, starting by passing through the deer park of the National Trust owned Knole House and superb views over the Weald to the south. This is especially enchanting in late April when it has many fine bluebell woods (particularly around One Tree Hill) and one wild garlic wood too.
FoodWe'll stop during the hike for a snack lunch so please bring food and drink. We’ll visit a pub after the hike where we can get refreshments.
What to Bring
- Suitable hiking clothes & hiking footwear (ideally hiking boots) - click here http://www.senderismoenlondres.co.uk/frequent-questions/clothing-and-equipment.html. Waterproof jacket, trousers and footwear are recommended
- Water (at least 1 and ideally 2 litres)
- Packed lunch/picnic
- Money for drinks and refreshments after the hike
- That's it! We will take care of train tickets, logistics on the day etc, so that you can just turn up and have a great day :-)
CostThe trip is £15 per person which includes the guided hike and return train travel from the group departure station listed at the top of this event.
- Members: £10
- No Members: £16
All events are limited to twenty-five assistants.
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Security and Terms and ConditionsPayments are not reimbursable or transferable, but we have a process to free up your space for resale to another member. Follow the instructions on our FAQ page http://www.senderismoenlondres.co.uk/frequent-questions.html and send us an email with your Pay Pal "bill ID" immediately after changing your RSVP to "NO "
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