The WildArt Trail is a one-mile circuit through Thornden Wood, Kent. It features a dozen sculptural features made from local, indigenous materials and highlights the wood’s ecodiversity and sustainability. The trail is part of the Blean Programme, which also helps preserve the area’s natural heritage. The WildArt Trail is a free and family-friendly way to enjoy this scenic area.
This beautiful nature reserve has a waymarked trail that passes through the woods and connects Tyler Hill and Greenhill. The project was started in 2011 by Kent Wildlife Trust, which received Heritage Lottery Fund funding to complete the trail. The trail is a hard track, but there are designated spaces for people with blue badges and families with young children. There is plenty of parking available at the Thornden Wood road.
Visitors can also view our wood products.