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Kent Downs is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in Kent, England. They are the eastern half of the North Downs and stretch from the London/Surrey borders to the White Cliffs of Dover. It is renowned for its natural beauty.
Among the named parts of the Downs are:
- Alkham Valley – a dry valley NW of Dover;
- Betsom's Hill – highest point in Kent at 251 metres (823 ft); near Westerham
- Blue Bell Hill
- Burham Down
- Castle Hill
- Detling Hill
- Hollingbourne Downs
- Summerhouse Hill
- Tolsford Hill
- Wye Downs
- The Kent Downs AONB website
- Kent Downs photo group on Flickr
- *walks/rides available in this Valley
- Muir, Jonny (2011). The UK's County Tops: Reaching the top of 91 historic counties. Cicerone. p. 32. ISBN 9781849655538.
- Simon Edwardes (2001). "Historic County Tops". The Mountains of England and Wales. Retrieved 20 April 2014.
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