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Hambrook Marshes

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Whitehall Road, Canterbury CT2 8BQ, England
+44 1227 844489
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Riverside walk

Don't miss this fine walking route. Simple two or three mile round trip from Westgate Gardens out... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Glyn W
A most pleasant walk from Canterbury to Windcheap it Chartham.

I often do this trip to Windcheap with my two small dogs. They love the fact that they can run... read more

Reviewed 1 August 2017
Canterbury, United Kingdom
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“dog walkers” (4 reviews)
“pleasant walk” (2 reviews)
Whitehall Road, Canterbury CT2 8BQ, England
+44 1227 844489
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Don't miss this fine walking route. Simple two or three mile round trip from Westgate Gardens out towards Wincheap along the River Stour, Flat pathway - look out for the cyclists and the dog walkers!

Thank Glyn W
Reviewed 1 August 2017

I often do this trip to Windcheap with my two small dogs. They love the fact that they can run freely without the fear of traffic. Along the river Stour here you might see punts along the river with people's laughter as they go past....More

Thank joymarsden
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

Great little river side walk for dogs... we often park at pets at home and walk along the river from there. Loads of places to swim for the dog, nice a quiet too

Thank Riksta79
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Easily accessible by a flat walk from the city centre, peaceful area with a profusion of wild flowers and bird life.

Thank Roderick T
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

I regularly walk from Wincheap to chartham or to toddlers cove using the path here. The place is so pretty and peaceful I feel lucky to have it so close.

1  Thank kimmyslice
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Lovely long walk for the dog. Be aware that there is often grazing stock in the fields and if there is then your dog should be kept on the lead.

Thank Becky L
Reviewed 26 July 2016

this is a place you can amble along at your on speed with your dog .it is peaceful lovely views thew only down full is not all the dog walkers pick up after there dogs! its not the dogs fault they have to go to...More

Thank markoconnor
Reviewed 19 May 2016

i often use this walk to get to the station from wincheap.Its always relaxing and takes about half an hour,lots to see and they have cattle back in the fields.perfect for joggers,cyclists,families and dog walkers.

Thank michKent
Reviewed 24 March 2016 via mobile

We enjoyed a delightful 4 mile walk through this part of the Great Stour Way on a bright afternoon. How nice to see a countryside river walk so well used by walkers, runners and cyclists. The river and flood plain contain plenty of wildlife, with...More

1  Thank Planehome
Reviewed 16 February 2016

Its beautiful here. So peaceful. One with nature. Come here and take a lovey walk and just relax and watch all the wildlife. It has a lovely tarmac path all the way through, so no need for weeklies, unless you go off the beaten track....More

1  Thank 950SallyAnn
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