Walks in South East England

From Buckinghamshire in the north, down to Kent, Sussex and Hampshire in the south, the South East covers a huge area. Kent has always been my home, so I am biased, but you cannot beat the green areas of the Garden of England, although it is far too populated for my liking.

Home to the dreaded M25 motorway, but also contains beauty in the North and South Downs and the New Forest. It also has great landmarks – the White Cliffs of Dover, Blenheim Palace, Windsor Castle to name but three.

Of course you can’t forget the capital city of London, and the fact that the River Thames offers a great walk from the North Sea right the way into Gloucestershire – at 215 miles long, it is the longest river wholly in England, and second longest in the United Kingdom.

Last updated 22nd May 2019

Walks in Buckinghamshire

Walks in Essex

Walks in Hampshire

Walks in Hertfordshire

Walks in Kent

Walks in London

Walks in Oxfordshire

Walks in Surrey

Walks in Sussex

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