Earth, Wind and Water Nature Trail (5-12 miles)
Mother nature’s coast and country harvest, explore an exquisite Kent landscape where the riches of earth, wind and water are harvested in one of the most dynamic, yet enigmatic, corners of the county.
You’ll be mesmerised by the diversity of this living patchwork, formed by man working in harmony with mother nature - a major centre for soft fruit, with traditional marsh reared lamb, spreading wheat fields, secret wildlife reserves and 21st century wind farms.
Your earth, wind and water walk takes you through a magical mix of farming country, from medieval England to the modern day; an inspiring journey from past to present, from fertile countryside to the open coast. You’ll pass wind caressed wheat fields, harvested using satellite technology, historic hop gardens and watercress beds of yesteryear.
As you head for the coast through the wide open marshes at Graveney and Seasalter, the sweeping terrain is home to abundant wildlife and award winning salt marsh lamb. You’ll also learn about a historic secret of the marshes and its nearby pub that helped shorten the Second World War.