Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk
With some of the best landscapes in the country and a fantastic choice of public footpaths, the best way to see the glorious countryside of Kent and Sussex that surrounds Royal Tunbridge Wells is on foot.
By slowing down and absorbing the scenery around you, you’ll gain a new perspective and see so much more.
Here you can roam for miles or take a gentle stroll; walk with the family or wander freely.
Some Of The Best Walks In The Kent Countryside
The marked long distance walking routes around Tunbridge Wells are some of the best walks in Kent, an area ideal for walking, rambling, tramping and strolling!
The Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk has 27½ miles (44.3 km) of paths surrounding the town, with link paths to Royal Tunbridge Wells town centre.
This provides a real challenge for those who want to spend several days in the area.
Alternatively, it can be tackled in smaller portions for a more leisurely walk through Kent country.
The trail passes quite a few points of interest along the way, such as Groombridge Place Gardens and the outstanding Chagall windows at All Saints' Church in Tudeley, acting as a good introduction to some of the sights of the Tunbridge Wells area.