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Knole Deer Park to Ightham Mote (South East England)

Knole Deer Park to Ightham Mote (South East England)


Postby When Adventure Knox » Sun May 09, 2021 10:47 am

Date walked: 04/04/2021

Time taken: 7

Distance: 11.5 km

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25 minutes on the train from Central London is a town called Sevenoaks. On its outskirts is a deer park called Knole. I hiked from the deer park down to a medieval moated house called Ightham Mote. It's still in tact today despite being built in the 14th century!! We might not have the towering peaks that the likes of Scotland, Wales and Northern England have, but hiking in the South East can be stunning, just in a different way. I put together a video report of my hike - if you watch it, I hope you enjoy it  

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