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Our stile free routes are suitable for a wide range of users including those in mobility scooters and families with younger children.
At Explore Kent, we aim to provide detailed information about our routes to give you a clear idea of what to expect. Please be mindful that our stile free routes are located in the countryside and the path surfaces can be adversely affected by poor weather conditions. Certain routes may be better suited for wheelchairs with wider wheels, as they can handle the terrain more easily compared to other wheelchairs. We encourage you to read about the trails, and to assess them if you feel confident in completing them yourself.
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Experience the history and wildlife of Knole Park; Kent’s only remaining deer park, which has remained substantially unchanged since medieval times.
The Terrain: A mixture of hard surfaces and concrete, with occasional stones and potholes. There are also short sections of short grass and bare earth. Paths climb and descend throughout the walk; gradients range from 1-in-7 to 1-in-20.
For more information, visit National Trust’s website here.
Step by step guide
From the car park make your way to the main gate of Knole House.
Facing house turn right and follow the wall to the corner, turn left and follow the path along the wall to the next corner.
Take the path ahead and slightly to the right to reach the surfaced drive.
Turn right on this drive, then 1st left onto another drive; follow the drive climbing up past woods until you reach the T-Junction.
Turn right and walk uphill until the landscape opens out and you reach a similar road which joins from the right.
Turn Right and continue ahead to Knole House.