Longer Walks

1066 Harold's Way (2nd Edition)

Revised and updated for 2019

Imagine 1066, the Battle of Hastings and King Harold’s epic journey to his date with destiny. 

 

The 14th October 1066 is one of the most emotive dates in English history and Harold’s march to the Battle of Hastings is part of our heritage.

 

This 100 mile long distance walk starts, uniquely, from Westminster Abbey and finishes at Battle Abbey, East Sussex. It is an opportunity to discover and explore the beautiful countryside of Kent and East Sussex in easy stages and fully accessible by public transport.

 

"I finished my walk in Battle last Friday, tired and feet a bit sore, but I feel so elated that I did it and the countryside was so beautiful. Your book is an inspiration and very interesting historically."

Christine N (2015)

 

Walking the High Weald (2nd Edition)

Three Castles and an Ironmaster's House

Revised and updated for 2019

Enjoy the spectacular views, discover ancient woodland and the peaceful villages of the

High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

 

This 50 mile circular walk links four great National Trust properties:

Bodiam Castle, Sissinghurst Castle, Scotney Castle and Bateman’s.

 

 “It's a highly original work and the well-written guidebook is full of interesting historical information including smugglers' tales, rebellions, industry and murders.”  

Walk, the magazine of The Ramblers, March 2016. 

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