Yalding River Walk
This circular walk from Yalding takes you along the River Medway before returning to the village through some lovely Kent countryside. The trail runs for about 10 miles on generally flat paths with some small climbs on the section through the countryside.
The walk starts from the centre of Yalding but you could also easily start from Yalding train station. From the village you pick up the Medway Valley Walk and follow it south west to meet with the river at Twyford Bridge. The route continues along the riverside path, passing Banbridges before coming to Ford Green Bridge. Here you leave the river and head north along the Wealdway long distance footpath. This will takes you through Barnes Street where you can enjoy views of the River Bourne. The trail continues north through some attractive farmland, passing Peckham Bush on the way. Near Mount Pleasant Farm the trail links with the Greensand Way. You can then follow this east through Moat Wood and Nettlestead Green back to Yalding.
If you prefer you could continue along the Medway into Tonbridge and then get the bus back from there instead of returning through the countryside on foot. You could also head north from the village along the river to Wateringbury and Maidstone.