Devil's Kneading Trough

Devils Kneading Trough

On route Grd Ref: TR 0944

The spectacular wealden scenery was originally formed about 100,000 BC when upward earth movements produced a 'dome' which was subsequently eroded to create the downs. The hills are characterised by steep sided dry valleys of which the Devil's Kneading Trough is the largest and most famous.

Type: Nature Reserves
Address: Wye Downs


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