Start: Cernes Farm (near Edenbridge)

Finish: Tonbridge Castle

OS 1:25 000 maps: 147

Length: 24 km (15 miles)

Notes and links

The Eden Valley Walk, as its name indicates, roughly follows the River Eden to its confluence with the Medway, and then follows the Medway into Tonbridge. The walk was inaugurated by Kent County Council in 1991. It links the Vanguard Way, where it passes to the west of Edenbridge, and the Wealdway in Tonbridge.

Published guide

There is a description of the route of the Eden Valley Walk on the Edenbridge Town website.

The route is shown on OS 1:25 000 maps.


The section of the Eden Valley Walk between Cernes Farm and Edenbridge walked to gain access to the Tandridge Border Path, 13 and 14 February 2010. The remainder of the Eden Valley Walk walked on 27 February 2010 as part of the Kent valleys project.


The route is waymarked (in early 2010 the waymarks to the west of Chiddingstone were sometimes faded or damaged).