South of the Hogsback on the North Downs Way. (Just a small part of the North Downs Way near the beginning at Farnham.)
Seale to Puttenham is explored in this video. Jack the Giant Killer has been in production here and you can see one of the location entrances on the Hampton Estate.
Beginning in the market town of Farnham, on the border of Surrey and Hampshire, the trail follows the line of the North Downs eastwards close to Guildford, Dorking and Reigate to reach the Kentish border.
From West Kent the trail passes close to Rochester as it crosses the River Medway and continues along the Downs north of Maidstone, Ashford and Folkestone to end at the busy port of Dover – Gateway to England. There is a loop at the eastern end of the trail to take in the magnificent cathedral city of Canterbury.
Much of the trail follows the legendary Pilgrims Way. This historic route has, for years, been used by those making pilgrimages to pray at holy shrines.
Originally, pilgrims would have travelled from Canterbury to Winchester to pray for St Swithun who was buried at the cathedral. The route was then used in reverse as pilgrims journeyed from Winchester to Canterbury Cathedral to pray at the shrine of Thomas Becket.
Modern day pilgrims and people simply out to enjoy some of the finest scenery in South East England now use the North Downs Way and the route takes the traveller through a rich tapestry of heritage and history.
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