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Easy access trails are ideal for people with pushchairs, wheelchair users or for those who prefer flatter surfaces with no stiles or gates.
There are more than 20 great easy access routes in Kent, perfect for the whole family to walk together and enjoy the Kent countryside no matter what your age or ability.
Some trails follow hard surfaced paths over gently rolling hills offering spectacular views, others have sensory gardens with plantlife providing colour, scent, texture, shape and sound and one will even lead you through tree lined parkland once part of an 18th century mansion visible through the trees.
So why not get out and explore all of the fantastic easy access trails that Kent has to offer? Take a look at the links below to start exploring the trails.
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White Horse Wood easy access trail
This walk is one Explore Kent’s Easy Access walks. Easy access means that the route is suitable for pushchairs and all wheelchairs. Easy Access walks are free of stiles and...
Hemsted Forest easy access trail
This is a superb, accessible Wealden woodland route along generous paths. Hemsted Forest Country Park is very popular with cyclists and riders, as well as walkers and dog owners. Managed...
Dungeness RSPB easy access trail
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...
Ham Street Woods easy access trail
A short 0.45 mile (0.7km) woodland walk. The path surface is compacted and reasonably smooth. There are climbs and descents for most of the route, and no rest areas. Hamstreet...