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Stage 11: Hamstreet to Rye — Saxon Shore Way

Stage 11: Hamstreet to Rye — Saxon Shore Way

Difficult
05:16
12.7 mi
2.4 mph
325 ft
300 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
12.4 mi
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Ypres Tower

Hiking Highlight

12.4 mi
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Church of St Mary

Hiking Highlight

12.6 mi
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Mermaid Street

Hiking Highlight

12.7 mi
Destination

Waytypes

Mountain Hiking Path: 0.49 mi
Hiking Path: 4.71 mi
Path: 1.05 mi
Footpath: 4.54 mi
Street: 251 yd
Road: 1.76 mi
State Road: < 109 yd

Surfaces

Unpaved: 5.19 mi
Gravel: < 109 yd
Paved: 0.84 mi
Asphalt: 0.99 mi
Unknown: 5.69 mi

Weather Forecast

Dan Hobson planned a hike.

January 24, 2020

Comments

  • Dan Hobson

    The penultimate stage takes you to the historic town of Rye, where half-timbered medieval houses with quirky names are ten-a-penny. With a manageable distance and a near entirely flat terrain, you should find this a leisurely hike.From Hamstreet, the trail follows the rough course of the Royal Military Canal through the patchwork landscape to Appledore. You then head away from the canal, loop around the village of Stone, and pick-up the MIlitary Road by the canal.You cross the water a short time later and follow the canal to where it meets the River Rother. Here, you continue along the riverside footpath to Rye where this stage finishes. Famous for its cobbled streets, medieval houses, and for having one of the oldest inns in Britain, Rye is a fascinating place to explore. After this hike, you should have enough time and energy to see the sights.Rye has an excellent range of accommodation, places for food and drink, shops, and other attractions.

    • February 3, 2020

Dan Hobson

Stage 11: Hamstreet to Rye — Saxon Shore Way