Between Kingsdown and St Margaret's at Cliffe on the Kent
coast, savour excellent views of undulating chalk downland and
impressive coastline along bridleways, byways and quiet lanes
routes, all nestled within the Kent Downs Area of
Outstanding Natural Beauty.
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About the area:
The journey takes you through beautiful farmland and over hills
near the villages of St Margaret's-at-Cliffe and Kingsdown. There
are many chalkland flowers to be seen along the bridleways, while a
variety of butterflies are found in the open grassland areas during
the summer months.
The routes pass close to Walmer
Castle, which dates from the 16th century. The castle formed
part of a line of defence along the edge of the Downs. Now owned by
English Heritage, the
castle is home to a collection of memorabilia from the Duke of
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For further information about horse riding in Kent, download the
Ride Kent Guide (PDF, 3.5MB).