Dungeness RSPB Discovery trailSave this item
Explore the unique shingle landscape of Dungeness on this easy access walk which is suitable for both wheelchairs and pushchairs. Most of the walk comprises of hard flat pathways with smaller sections of short grass.
You’ll head out from the visitors centre at Dungeness Nature Reserve where you can begin with a nice cup of tea and cake or bring your own picnic to enjoy at the picnic site. The nature reserve comprising of a vast shingle landscape is designated as a Special Protection Area (SPA) and a Special Area of Conservation (SAC.) It is a great place to see migratory birds in spring and winter and stretches right across the Dungeness landscape.
The shingle of Dungeness is home to some of the rarest flora and fauna as well as 1550 species of invertebrates, some not found anywhere else. The medical leech and great crested newt can also be found on the shore line.
This walk is one of Explore Kent’s stile free routes.
Stile free routes are suitable for a wide range of users including those in mobility scooters and families with younger children. Please be mindful that these stile free routes are located in the countryside and the path surfaces can be adversely affected by poor weather conditions. Certain routes may be better suited for wheelchairs with wider wheels, as they can handle the terrain more easily compared to other wheelchairs. We encourage you to read about the trails, and to assess them if you feel confident in completing them yourself.
Click on the “Start & end” button on the map below to find the location of the walk.
Walking route information