A linear, full-day countryside walk in England starting at Cliffe, Medway, about 25km (roughly 16 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs.
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As the Thames flows out to sea, it passes a series of marshes and mudflats along the coasts of Essex and Kent. These lonely landscapes make for some wonderful walking. This route, on the Isle of Grain, explores Halstow Marsh and St Mary's Marsh, with views over the Thames Estuary to Canvey Island and Southend. Buses run to the start and finish points from Chatham.
Cliffe, OS Grid: TQ736765 End: Rochester, OS Grid: TQ833774
About 4 km (roughly 3 miles) from 8OS Grid: TQ852784
Allhallows-on-sea was built as a resort for Londoners by Southern Railways, and was planned to be the best in Europe. It didn't really take off, but there is still a caravan park here. Pass through and follow the River Yantlet inland as it cuts through the marshes.
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