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Great Stour Way

National Cycle Route 18 from Canterbury to Chartham, Canterbury, England
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Great walk for dogwalkers and families, Great Cycling

I like riding along the Stour way to Chatham, great scenic views by the river. I like to ride here... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
ConnieLeong
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Kent, United Kingdom
Easy walk in Kent landscape

Very nice little walk in good weather by the river between Canterbury and Chartham. Next time I... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2017
M. C
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Fetsund, Norway
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“cycle path” (6 reviews)
“great walk” (5 reviews)
“village hall” (4 reviews)
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National Cycle Route 18 from Canterbury to Chartham, Canterbury, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I like riding along the Stour way to Chatham, great scenic views by the river. I like to ride here during summer and early autumn.

Thank ConnieLeong
Reviewed 21 September 2017

Very nice little walk in good weather by the river between Canterbury and Chartham. Next time I will take the bus to Chartham and walk back and finish with a cold beer in Canterbury. There's really nothing in Chartham except a local pub and this...More

Thank M. C
Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

I loved this ride in to Canterbury from Chartham village. As the notices in the village hall car park were unequivocal about being short-stay we street parked just off the main road on a small estate and cycled back to the start point. The route...More

Thank Gail H
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

Walked Upstreet to Canterbury along the Stour Way and enjoyed the well-marked and varied walk. Good transport links.

Thank WelshKnights77
Reviewed 16 April 2017

My husband and I have just taken up cycling and this is a lovely route for those who like a reasonably flat and pretty route. It follows the Stour river and runs through lovely meadows. We only go as far as Chartham (there is a...More

1  Thank Angie C
Reviewed 14 March 2017

The council have done sterling work in opening this, very comfortable and safe riding for all the family even the very young

Thank Michael L
Reviewed 12 March 2017

3 miles from Canterbury to Chartham. Pick up the trail in the Westgate gardens, and do your health some good. Along the river all the way, and enjoy the countryside and the views. Train back is hourly and costs £3.30 each. In Chartham there is...More

Thank miniman2804
Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

We parked at Chartham Village Hall and walked three miles into Canterbury, popped into a cafe for a snack and then returned along the picturesque River Stour. The river is a natural chalk stream and contains trout and pike but is a private fishing venue....More

Thank SteMar247
Reviewed 18 December 2016

I always enjoy this walk - going from Canterbury to Chart is fabulous with so much to see. On a hot day just paddle where you can safely in the river

Thank EmmaHB-field
Reviewed 7 December 2016

This is a lovely ride along the river- flat and very well maintained. But if you're tempted to go on to Wye...it's far from flat, and at times isn't the best of surfaces- we didn't enjoy the second section at all.

1  Thank Ronni L
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