High Rocks is a Scheduled Ancient Monument because it was once a Neolithic Settlement and an Iron Age Fort.
It is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest because of the sandstone formations on these highest bluffs in the Weald.
Wander round and wonder at the giant rocks linked by 11 bridges providing an adventurous walk for visitors.
Ideal for fertile imaginations and getting lost in the realms of fantasy you will be able to explore boulders known as the Devil’s Oak, Giant Toad, the Fairy Glen and Bell Rock.
High Rocks is a challenging site for the experienced rock climber; a high percentage of routes are graded at 5c or higher. Tickets for visiting this site can be obtained from the High Rocks Inn.
You can make an enthralling day of it by catching a Spa Valley steam or vintage diesel train from Tunbridge Wells West Station (just off the A26) and disembark at the High Rocks stop.
High Rocks is only 3 km from Royal Tunbridge Wells town centre so can just as easily be reached by a walk from Tunbridge Wells Common or by following the brown tourist signs on the roads.