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Our friendly group is one of 13 Ramblers groups in Kent and part of the national Ramblers walking organisation. We explore the beautiful Kent countryside within Tonbridge & Malling and surrounding areas. Our walks are mostly circular with a moderate pace over 5-6 miles.

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. 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.

Walks start at 10.00 or 10.30. For details and walk leader contacts, see our programme or email

We look forward to welcoming you on a walk soon!

See the Kent Ramblers website for information on our walks >>

Full details of how to join one of the Wealdway40 walks can be found here >>

October walks:

Sunday 17 October – Flat farmland walk from Golden Green (5 miles)
Thursday 21 October – A varied circular walk from Speldhurst with some hills and views of the Medway (5.5 miles)
Sunday 24 October – Hosts of Oasts! A flat field and track walk from Hunton, with short sections on roads. This walk includes rivers, ponds and a waterwheel, with fine views of the ridge (5 miles)
Thursday 28 October – A gentle climb from Ryarsh to the Pilgrim’s Way (5.5 miles)
Sunday 31 October – A gentle walk from Wrotham along the bottom of the Downs to the Pilgrims’ Way (5 miles)

November walks:

Wednesday 3 November – From the medieval stone bridge at Teston, alongside the Medway to Barming (5 miles)
Sunday 7 November – Penshurst circular (5.2 miles)
Wednesday 10 November – A gentle walk along and across the Medway from Barming (5 miles)
Sunday 14 November – Shipbourne to Underriver (6.3 miles)
Wednesday 21 November – Brookland Lake, Snodland – a flat walk around the lakes (4.5 miles)
Tuesday 23 November – Five Oak Green to Hartlake Bridge through farmland and on along the Medway (5 miles)
Sunday 28 November – Circular walk from Plaxtol Spout (5 miles)

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