The High Weald in Kent and Sussex has an amazing network of footpaths, bridleways and byways (2,395km!). There are lots of nature reserves too, managed by bodies like the National Trust, RSPB, Woodland Trust and Forestry Commission. There's something for everyone – from nature lovers and families with young children, to avid ramblers! Explore the High Weald's unique landscape on self-guided walks, nature trails, or on long-distance routes like the High Weald Landscape Trail. In September, join our High Weald Walking Festival when knowledgeable guides lead themed walks.
Find on map
Please choose one of the locations available below.
Get directions to a destination
Use the form below to select your starting location and then select the destination you would like to get directions to.
Search for destinations
Search among available destinations on the map.
When searched, the destinations will be listed below the map.
A 50 kilometre (31 mile) walk that traverses the floodplains of the River Rother and... Read more
Self-guided circular walks
Our site details self-guided circular routes of varying lengths that have been developed by the... Read more
Where rights of way leave the road, metal or wooden finger posts, or a stone... Read more
High Weald Landscape Trail
A 145km (95 mile) route that meanders through the AONB from east to west, linking... Read more
Ordnance Survey maps
The Ordnance Survey Explorer Series is the most useful if you would like to visit... Read more