HIKING, WALKING & ADVENTURE TRAVEL FOR 20-49s
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
Seven Sisters coastal hike
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UK Explorers is a London group for hiking, walking and adventure travel for 20-49s. We organise hikes, walks and trips to the UK’s most beautiful and historic places. Come with us on the next events for an amazing adventure!

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Upcoming hikes

Cambridge, Historic University, King's College, Grantchester Meadows, 19km hike (£23 inc travel), Sat 22 Jan
£23.00Distance: 19km Difficulty: easy Ascent: mostly flat
Trip highlights:
– Hike around the beautiful greenery of Cambridge, following the River Cam down through Grantchester Meadows.
– Explore the little streets and try some food in the historic market square.
– See King’s College and its stunning Gothic chapel, the most photographed building in Cambridge.
– See the colleges where Charles Darwin, Stephen Hawking, and other notable people studied, and see Newton’s apple tree.
– Walk through the park where first official football game was played.
– See the golden Corpus Clock, worth over £1 million.
– Some free time where you can take a chauffeured punting boat ride along the river Cam and under the Bridge of Sighs, visit the beautiful university colleges, and climb up Great St Mary’s Church for panoramic views of Cambridge.

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Hike to the sea, South Downs hills & villages, Ditchling Beacon, Brighton, 24km (£22 inc travel), Sat 29 Jan
£22.00Distance: 24km Difficulty: medium Ascent: 514m
Trip highlights:
– Visit the beautiful Ditchling Village with its 11th century church and ancient buildings
– Conquer Ditchling Beacon, the highest point in East Sussex with an elevation of 248m.
– Hike through the South Downs National Park which is England’s newest national park, stretching from Winchester to Eastbourne.
– Explore the village of Stanmer, with a working farm at its centre, and a “closed village” from the 16th century until 1952, being owned by the Pelham family.
– See Stanmer House, a Palladium-style English country house built in 1722 and set in 5,000 acres of parkland.
– Follow the stunning views of the sea from Whitehawk Hill to Kemptown.
– Enjoy the vibrant culture of Brighton, which became a fashionable resort with the patronage of the Prince Regent (later King George IV) who constructed the iconic Regency palace, the Royal Pavilion.

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Canterbury, medieval pilgrim's way, Westgate Towers, Britain’s smallest town, 20km hike (£30 inc travel), Sat 5 Feb
£30.00Distance: 20km Difficulty: easy Ascent: 140m
Trip highlights:
– See the stunning Westgate Towers, the largest surviving city gate in England.
– Visit Canterbury Cathedral and see where thousands of pilgrims came to visit St Thomas Becket’s shrine.
– Stroll through the beautiful Westgate Gardens.
– Walk along the top of the magnificent city walls.
– Climb to the top of Dane John mound to see views of the surrounding area.
– Explore the little cobbled streets around the Buttermarket.

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Kent Country Houses, Knole Deer Park & Ancient Woodland, 18km hike (£20 inc travel), Sat 12 Feb
£20.00Distance: 18km Difficulty: easy/medium Ascent: 320m
Trip highlights:
– Hike through the 1,000 acre Knole Park which is Kent’s last medieval-era deer park, with over 350 deer, and is where The Beatles filmed the Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields Forever videos.
– Follow the sandstone ridge of the Greensand Way AONB through ancient woods, fruit orchards and hop farms, with superb views over the Weald to the south.
– Look around courtyards of the stunning Knole House, one of England’s largest houses with around 400 rooms.
– Smell the aroma of lavender as we walk through the purple lavender fields.
– Have lunch at Ightham Mote, a picture-perfect 14th-century timber-framed Grade 1 listed medieval moated manor house, on its own little island surrounded by water and beautiful gardens, and which is the National Trust’s biggest conservation project.

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