Tunbridge Wells Circular
The Tunbridge Wells Circular is a 27.5 mile (44.3km) route that explores the wide variety of fertile and beautiful countryside around Royal Tunbridge Wells, a town within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the borders of Kent and East Sussex - UK
This route has fantastic running trails that are not that well known - yet.
The circular route starts and finishes wherever you like. You could start at the Tourist Information Centre. To illustrate you could start at Southborough Common, passing through a number of picturesque villages in the Tunbridge Wells area including: the villages of Southborough, Pembury, Frant, Groombridge, and Speldhurst. The route is of interest for its natural history, archaeological, historical and architectural features.
Walk past vineyards planted in 1884, and saunter through orchards growing apples, pears, plums, cherries and more!
|Henry Bull||4h 6m 23s|
|Kieran Fitzpatrick||4h 10m 39s|
|David Bone, Bryn Jones||5h 27m 27s|
|Josh Bradley||4h 26m 50s|
|Pete Woodward||5h 49m 29s|
|Kevin Otto||6h 17m 40s|
|Pascale Mathonet, Chris Ullman||6h 16m 48s|