Explore Kent is part of Kent County Council, working with public, private and voluntary sector partners.
They promote walking routes around the county such as the England Coastal Path, the Darent Valley Path or Saxon Shore Way; encouraging Kent’s residents to access, enjoy and benefit from the great natural resources that Kent has to offer. The walking routes range from easy access routes for the whole family to more challenging routes for the more established rambler.
As well as walking, Explore Kent is passionate about exploring the many cycle paths in Kent such as the River Medway Towpath as well as off road cycling at places like Bedgebury Pinetum and the chalk slopes at Perry Woods in Faversham.
Explore Kent offers fantastic resources and information about our beautiful Kent coastline; such as where the best places are to walk, swim, picnic and take stunning photography and these are evidenced in the fun and exciting blogs that many Kent residents and organisations have written.
Explore Kent’s top 5 family bike rides
Kent Sport are helping to inspire families to get out and get active together. Across the county there are all sorts of brilliant places to go, activities to try and...
Explore Kent’s top 5 family walks
Explore Kent recommend their top five family walks to try around the county
Explore Kent – easy access trails
Easy access trails are ideal for people with pushchairs, wheelchair users or for those who prefer flatter surfaces with no stiles or gates.
Getting into cycling
There is a whole world of cycling to discover, but from the outside it can feel like a daunting activity to get into. Thankfully, there are plenty of things you...
Getting into walking
Walking may be one of the most accessible activities around, but if you haven’t been regularly active for a while it can still feel daunting to step out and give...