Traverse the sandstone ridge from Haslemere in Surrey to Hamstreet in Kent, crossing Leigh Hill, the highest point in south East England, through ancient woods, fruit orchards, hop farms and pretty villages to cliffs above Romney Marsh that once formed the country's coastal edge. The footpath takes its name from the green coloured mineral that that can be found in the sandstone layers.
This trail covers the section of the footpath from the border with Surrey to the pretty village of Sutton Valence south east of Maidstone. For the previous section please click here. For the next section please click here.