Great Stour Way

This route links Canterbury to Chartham. 

It is three miles long and is traffic free.

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About the Great Stour Way

The Great Stour Way is part of National Cycle Network Route 18 and provides a three mile long traffic free pedestrian, cycle and disabled access path between Chartham and Canterbury along the River Great Stour. 

At it's western extent the route links with the Crab and Winkle Way on Whitehall Road in Canterbury; heading east it links with the rest of National Cycle Network Route 18 to Ashford, Tenterden and Tunbridge Wells. 

Find out more about the Great Stour Way

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