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Having discovered the walk in explore kent some time ago, my wife and I managed to actually partake in the sun, fresh air and beautiful scenery. The route was easily accessible, not too taxing and well maintained. The only moan if it could be classed...More
Came across this little gem while having a day out to Hythe with friends, beautiful trip, very tranquil, worth taking a trip on the little boat, the lady that was at the Helm was very knowledgeable and answers all the questions you ask. When in...More
I walked the Royal Military Canal Path, on the western side of the canal, from Stone Bridge near the Isle of Oxney to Appledore. A very pretty walk, especially in the lushness of spring. The path runs next to the Military Road but is separated...More
Took a pleasant stroll along the canal. Very flat with a good walking surface, so all can partake. Some of the stretches in Hythe town centre are less attractive than the parts out of town. Very close to the beach, so one can make a...More
Really lovely place, the walk ways are both sides of the Canal with a few Bridges you can cross, see my photo, it was great to just chill and stroll, there is a lot of History to this Canal, well worth a visit,
A lovely place to walk, lot's of Wildlife, and the sea just a few minutes away it really has so much to offer. Lovely for early morning stroll, afternoon walk, summer time, winter time, there is always something to offer.
Set off at the car park at West Hythe and walked along the path for approx 3 miles.
Follow the toe path up the hill to Port Lympne, as you climb the hill you can see the grounds and some animals and the views out...More
Hythe Royal Military Canal runs for 28 miles but I know the Seabrook end. It is a lovely walk with lots of wildlife. The swans had six babies this year. There are well tended paths at the side. It is calm and serene there but...More
We were in Hythe and had a picnic with us, we decided to sit by the canal and watch the boats go by. We had a stroll along the water's edge, what a great place to walk for an hour in the afternoon
We walked a 10km round trip from West Hythe, along the canal to Hythe, then back along the hilltop, through Port Lympne wild animal park, and the final stretch along the canal to West Hythe (where there is a free car park). Mostly in the...More