Sandwiched on the -south-eastern side of Britain between London and the channel crossing to France and Europe, Kent is host to some of Britain’s warmer and drier weather and its abundance of hops and orchards has given it the nickname of ‘the Garden of England’.
With its distinctive hop houses and romantic windmills, Kent makes for idyllic pastoral walking as well as offering seaside strolls and dramatic cliff-top walks above its famous White Cliffs.
Here are a selection of useful websites for walking in Kent as well as the Baby Routes tried and tested walks below.
- Kent County Council has a fantastic walking section, including easy access walks suitable for pushchairs and little legs as well as the ability to search by walk type and location. It also lists the country parks and other outdoor recreation areas.
- The North Downs Way National Trail runs through Kent and has some lovely circular walk options. Find ideas for circular routes on the National Trails website.
- Visit Kent website for tourists features some good suggestions for interesting and scenic walks in Kent, taking in coast, history and countryside. The sea wall at Reculver is particularly good for pushchairs, offering history, seaside and level walking on the North Kent coast.