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Tonbridge Ramblers – January/February group walks

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For full details see the link to Upcoming Walks at The Tonbridge & Malling Ramblers website opens in a new window.

Our friendly group is one of 13 Ramblers groups in Kent and part of the national Ramblers walking organisation. We explore the beautiful countryside of Tonbridge and Malling and surrounding areas.

You don’t have to be a Ramblers member to try out a couple of walks with us, to help you decide if you’d like to join. Advance booking is not required; you can just turn up on the day. If you are new to our walks, it’s a good idea to contact the walk leader beforehand to check that their walk will suit you. Always check our website for latest details, including any late changes due to weather or other conditions.

We look forward to welcoming you on a walk soon!

January walks

Sunday 15 January – Four Churches walk: a fairly flat leisurely circular walk from West Malling. (5.5 miles)

Sunday 22 January – Gentle circular walk from The Dorset Arms in the East Sussex village of Withyham. (5 miles)

Sunday 29 January – A leisurely circular walk through Platt Woods and across Wrotham Health golf course and farmland to Offham. We then walk through Moorlands Wood and the hamlet of Aldon, returning to Platt via the Wealdway. (6 miles)

February walks

Wednesday 8 February – Linear walk from Wrotham to Otford along the North Downs Way, returning by train to Borough Green and walk back to Wrotham. Moderate difficulty. (7.2 miles)

Sunday 19 February – Circular walk from Otford up and along the Darent valley. Moderate difficulty. (5 miles)

Wednesday 22 February – Leisurely circular walk from West Peckham to Hadlow via the Greensand Way and Oxon Hoath estate with fine views of Hadlow Tower. (5.3 miles)

Sunday 26 February – Circular walk from Wrotham to Stansted passing a couple of war memorials. Includes a stiff climb to the top of the ridge for great views of the Downs. Moderate difficulty. (5.2 miles)

Walks usually start mid-morning. There’s a short break half-way through the walk (bring refreshments) and we usually finish near a pub. For start times and walk leader contacts, see the Upcoming Walks link at The Tonbridge & Malling Ramblers website opens in a new window  or email