Walk 3 starts in the centre of Edenbridge with its shops, pubs, a variety of places in which to eat, historic buildings (including the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul and the Eden Valley Museum) and the convenient Edenbridge Town station, and follows the attractive River Eden.
The route goes past the remnants of Edenbridge’s tanning history, WWII remains, the mysterious medieval Devil’s Den and out to the village of Marsh Green, before returning to the town centre via the old Roman road. There are plenty of opportunities for bird watching and one meadow in particular is the favoured haunt of lapwings in autumn.
It is about 3.5 miles (5.7 km) and takes 1.5 to 2 hours. As the river can flood.
For up-to-date amendments for Walk 3 below click here.EdenWalk3MontStAignan (.pdf)
The routes used are believed to be public rights of way, unless otherwise stated. However, Edenbridge Town Council accepts no responsibility for any error or subsequent change.
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