1927 Tour 009

The Pilgrim’s Way can be followed by a fairly good road to Detling.  Between that point and the Maidstone-Chatham highway – a most romantic section – the track can be recommended only to the most efficient of motorists, though it is ideal for walking, and possible for cycling.  An alternative route, however, goes to the left at Detling for Maidstone.  Thence, by the Chatham road and three miles out, the Pilgrim’s Way can be seen to the right and left, near to a tarred cottage and a large garage sign.  Shortly ahead, down a left turning and opposite the Rochester signpost, is the style and footpath leading to the prehistoric stones of Kit’s Coty House.  Here the Pilgrim’s Way becomes the road to Burnham, before it finally turns westwards for Winchester.

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