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Getting Around. Eden Valley Kent

By Car
The main roads of the Eden Valley are the B2026 running from Crockham Hill through Edenbridge to Cowden, the B269/B2027 running from Crockham Hill to Leigh via Four Elms and Bough Beech, and the B2188 which connects Chiddingstone Causeway with Penshurst and routes south.

Drivers should note that many roads are narrow and single track in places.

For help planning your journey, please click here for the valley map.

By Taxi
Taxi hire is available in Edenbridge through the following companies:
Edenbridge Cars 01732 864009
Relyon Taxis 01732 863800
By Bus
Bus services connect the towns and villages of the Eden Valley. The majority of services call at Edenbridge but a bus service is available in almost every village.

Services around the Eden Valley are provided by:

Kent County Council
Southdown PSV

General information on bus services can be found at Traveline
By Train
The Eden Valley is served by two train routes: north to south by the London to East Grinstead and Uckfield line, with stations at Edenbridge Town, Hever and Cowden. West to east the valley is served by the Redhill to Tonbridge line, with stations at Edenbridge, Penshurst and Leigh. Both lines are operated by Southern Trains

Click here for Southern Trains network map

For train service enquiries: National Rail 08457 484950
By Foot
Walking is a great way to experience the Eden Valley countryside. An excellent network of footpaths allows anything from a short stroll to a full day’s walk, taking in many of the area’s best features along the way. The footpath network provides routes between all towns and villages of the area.

For details of the area’s footpaths, please visit Explore Kent
Promoted routes can be found in the short walks section and longer walks section.

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