Get off the ground at High Rocks
Near the town of Tunbridge Wells in East Sussex are High Rocks - and with a name like that, it shouldn't take too long to work out what they are. These extraordinary geological features are a site of special scientific interest and have been attracting tourists since the 17th century. The craggy outcrops provide challenges for climbers who love nothing more than traversing their tension cracks - some of which are big enough to hide in. Walkers can also explore the area via its tracks and footbridges.
High Rocks: a mix of adventure and relaxation
After a busy day of climbing and/or walking, what better way to relax than by stopping off at the adjacent High Rocks centre, where visitors can enjoy a drink at a pub or a meal in its restaurant. It's also a popular wedding, conference and events centre with a late licence for those who want to party until the wee small hours.
More to explore Near Tunbridge Wells
Visitors to High Rocks may also be interested in The Seven Wonders of the Weald Pass, which enables holders to access such sites as Chiddingstone Castle, Biddenden Vineyard, Hole Park Estate, Groombridge Place, Scotney Castle, The Kent & East Sussex Railway and Royal Tunbridge Wells. Looking for a cheap hotel Near High Rocks? Try Travelodge Royal Tunbridge Wells Hotel, Travelodge London City Airport Hotel or Travelodge Margate Westwood Hotel.