Kent, also known as the "Garden of England," boasts stunning landscapes and natural beauty that make it a perfect destination for walkers and hikers. From the dramatic cliffs of the White Cliffs of Dover to the rolling hills of the North Downs, there's no shortage of scenic walks to enjoy in Kent during the weekend. In this blog, we'll highlight some of the best scenic walks to take in Kent during the weekend.

The White Cliffs of Dover 
The White Cliffs of Dover are an iconic landmark in Kent, and the scenic walk along the cliffs is a must-do for anyone visiting the area. The walk starts from the National Trust visitor center and takes you along the cliff tops, offering stunning views of the English Channel and the French coastline on a clear day. 

The North Downs Way 
The North Downs Way is a 153-mile long-distance trail that passes through the heart of Kent, offering stunning views of the countryside along the way. There are plenty of shorter walks that can be done along the trail, such as the walk from Boxley to Detling, which offers panoramic views of the Kent Downs. 

The Eden Valley Walk 
The Eden Valley Walk is a circular walk that takes you through the heart of the Kent countryside, passing through picturesque villages and farmland. The walk is around 14 miles long, but there are plenty of shorter routes that can be taken depending on your ability. 

The Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve 
The Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve is a great place for nature lovers, with a range of habitats including lakes, reed beds, and meadows. The reserve offers several walks of varying lengths, with the longest walk taking around two hours to complete. 

The Sissinghurst Castle Garden 
The Sissinghurst Castle Garden is a National Trust property that boasts stunning gardens and a picturesque estate. There are several walks that can be done in and around the estate, with highlights including the Bluebell Wood Walk and the Apple Orchard Walk. 

The Blean Woods 
The Blean Woods is a large ancient woodland that covers around 11 square miles, offering a range of walks and trails for walkers of all abilities. There are several walks that can be done in the woods, including the Blean Woods Nature Trail and the Chestfield Woods Walk. 

Kent is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes and natural wonders in England, making it a perfect destination for walkers and hikers. Whether you're looking for a short stroll or a longer hike, there's something for everyone in Kent.

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