- Total length
- 17.2 km
- Difficulty by foot
Leaving the hustle and bustle of Canterbury you will set off along the Elham Valley Way through a peaceful farming landscape, on through small villages and past the striking Higham Park.
Along the way you can take one final glance back towards Canterbury Cathedral, but the area’s heritage does not end in Canterbury; the once grand St Augustine’s Abbey was the burial place for Kings of Kent, built by St Augustine, a man whose mission was to convert the Kingdom of Kent to Christianity.
Information provided by the National Trails of England – North Downs Way.