Cheriton Hill

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Cheriton Hill: The relatively low-lying hill (reaching only 188 metres above sea level) is covered with farmland, villages, narrow lanes, and footpaths. The highest point is on a covered reservoir next to the trig point, the highest natural point is nearby, probably close to the road to the village of Paddlesworth, near a transmitter mast, but the relatively flat summit gives no real impression of being on top of a hill.


By contrast, the southern edge of the hill is a steep escarpment which carries the ancient track named Pilgrims Way, which is believed to date from 500-450 BC, and which runs from Folkestone along the North Downs hills.

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Address: Cheriton Hill, Folkestone, Kent, UK

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