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Country Walking Magazine (UK) - - Competition -

A walk along the North Downs Way through King’s Wood to­wards Chil­ham of­fers the first glimpse of the cathe­dral spires through the trees. @NorthDown­sWay We sug­gest stay­ing at Pear Tree Barn in nearby Chartham Hatch – a self-cater­ing cot­tage sleep­ing four in two bed­rooms. Short stays from £290 (01227 464958; www.mul­ber­rycottages.com). Find more great place to stay around Can­ter­bury at: www.vis­itkent.co.uk Go to Stod­marsh Na­ture Re­serve, just north­east of Can­ter­bury – 6km of foot­paths and the largest reedbed in the south­east of Eng­land. Stu­art Fox There are so many great walks in the area, but prob­a­bly my top rec­om­men­da­tion would be the Crab & Win­kle Way from Can­ter­bury to Whit­stable. An 8-9 mile walk, mainly along the route of the county’s first (but long since dis­used) rail­way: his­toric city to beau­ti­ful sea­side in one won­der­ful stroll. Robert Stearn Head for King’s Wood if it’s blue­belll sea­son. Ab­so­lutely beau­ti­ful. Sam Har­ris

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