Bore Place Walks
The Bore Place walks weave their way through the fields and woodlands of the 500-acre organic dairy farm, offering panoramic views across this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. These gentle circular routes reveal secrets of a landscape that has been farmed and worked for over 1,000 years. The trails start and finish at the Bore Place car park and are waymarked by colour-coded directional discs and tall oak posts.
Explore the Farm
Choose a trail to suit you:
Red trail 4.6km allow 2 hours
Blue trail 2km allow 40mins
Green trail 2.2km allow 45mins
Please click here to download a map and leaflet of the farm walks.
In addition to the Bore Place farm walks we also invite you to explore a little further into the beautiful Kent countryside with the following walks of interest:
Bore Place to the Greensand Way
This circular walk leads you up onto the Greensand Way where breathtaking views await. From here it loops round, passing the picturesque 14th-century Wickhurst Manor through the village of Sevenoaks Weald and across rolling farmland before returning to the start point.
Click here to download a map and leaflet of the Greensand Way walk.
Bore Place to The Little Brown Jug pub
Nothing beats the promise of a cosy pub after a bracing walk in the Kent countryside. This gentle walk boasts the choice of two pubs within an hour on foot of Bore Place, using the network of public footpaths and bridleways. The walk takes in classic Low Weald landscape with its patchwork of arable fields and grazing pastures.
Click here to download a map and leaflet of the Little Brown Jug walk.
Bore Place to Bough Beech Reservoir
This circular walk guides the keen wildlife watcher and enthusiast to some of the best local spots to see special species like the nightingale. The farmland of Bore Place extends almost to Bough Beech Reservoir where it meets the nature reserve. Well-connected areas of good habitat encourage plants, fungi and animals to survive and thrive.
Click here to download a map and leaflet of the Bough Beech Reservoir walk.
We are grateful to Ibstock Enovert Trust for funding to help improve access to the walks.