Rides & Runs
The countryside surrounding Green Farm is perfect for bike rides. We have listed some of our favorite rides below and even if you haven't brought a bike to Green Farm there is even the option to hire bikes which can be delivered directly to Green Farm.
Cross Country Tracks around Green Farm
During the summer months you can access the Old Coach Road (says Duck Lane on a ordinance map) at the bottom of Duck Lane, simply turn left out of the main gate and left at the bottom of Duck Lane. This track goes along a path which takes you through beautiful ancient woodlands. Through these tracks you can access quiet country lanes, one suggestion is to continue to The Woolpack Inn at Warehorne for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
This is our favourite short bike ride, which starts directly outside Green Farm
More Cycle Routes
For a list of the best Kent cycle routes click on the button below. National cycle routes 18 and 11 are close by.
Even if you haven't brought a bike with you don't worry as you can still get bikes delivered directly to Green Farm.
The countryside surrounding Green Farm is a lovely place to have a run either on the footpaths or the quiet country roads. We have left some of our recommendations below.
During the winter months we recommend that you stick to the quiet country lanes. A suggested route from Green Farm is to follow these directions as a guidance.
Turn right out of the main gate, then right onto Church Lane (past the Old Church on your left) this road takes you through the middle of Orlestone Forest which is (2 miles route to the end of Church lane). You can simply turn back for a 4 mile run or we recommend turning right if you would like to go further. Please take care of occasional traffic.
Cross Country Runs
During the summer months, there are lots of cross country runs (some are on rough ground across footpaths) however at the bottom of Duck Lane there is a byway the old coach road (Duck Lane on an ordnance map) which has a couple of routes in different directions. To access these tracks turn left out of your main gate, go down to the bottom of the road and turn left at the end onto the tracks.
This track goes along a path which takes you through beautiful ancient woodlands and past an SSSI.
If you like cross country and you are happy to go across routes rarely used with stiles and animals in the fields. Then do check out some of the many footpaths running through and around Green Farm. Please ask if you would like some guidance.