Natural England launches south east costal path
Walkers can now enjoy 66 miles of new and improved National Trail between Camber and Ramsgate. The route represents the first section of the England Coast Path to open in the south east – it permits unbridled views of coastline including the White Cliffs and the unique areas of Dungeness and Pegwell Bay, popular for bird watching, their landscape and their summer flowers.
Natural England is currently establishing a 2,700 path around the entire English coastline; when completed, it will be the longest continuous coastal walking route in the world. It will also become a National Trail.