Sussex

The hills of the South Downs and the Sussex Weald are dotted with delightful villages waiting to be explored. Along the coast you will find the lively towns of Brighton and Eastbourne, the wildlife-rich inlets of Chichester Harbour and the white chalk cliffs of Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters.

Saxon Shore Way (Sussex)

Saxon Shore Way (Sussex)

From the Kent border east of Rye to Hastings

Forest Way

Forest Way

From East Grinstead to Groombridge along an old railway line

Royal Military Canal

Royal Military Canal

From Seabrook in Kent to Cliff End near Winchelsea

1066 Country Walk

1066 Country Walk

Follow in the steps of William the Conqueror

Wealdway (Sussex)

Wealdway (Sussex)

From the Kent border to Eastbourne Pier

Vanguard Way (Sussex)

Vanguard Way (Sussex)

From the Surrey border to Newhaven Harbour

High Weald Landscape Trail (East Sussex)

High Weald Landscape Trail (East Sussex)

Traverse the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Thorney Island

Thorney Island

Following the long distance path around the shoreline

Emsworth to Chalton

Emsworth to Chalton

From the South Coast to the South Downs

Chalton to Rake

Chalton to Rake

Over the South Downs to the foot of Rake Hanger

Rake to Blackdown

Rake to Blackdown

Heathland and spectacular views over the Sussex Weald

Blackdown to Alfold

Blackdown to Alfold

Fine views on Surrey and Sussex sides of the border

Alfold to the A29

Alfold to the A29

Steady walking on good paths and tracks near Rudgwick

The A29 to Charlwood

The A29 to Charlwood

A pleasant mix of of field and woodland paths

Charlwood to Rowfant

Charlwood to Rowfant

Gatwick airport, Copthorne Common and broad-leaved woodland

Rowfant to West of Dry Hill

Rowfant to West of Dry Hill

To East Grinstead along a disused railway line

Dry Hill to Boarshead

Dry Hill to Boarshead

Kent Water, the Medway Valley and views of the High Weald

Boarshead to Bewl Bridge Reservoir

Boarshead to Bewl Bridge Reservoir

Remote sections of the High Wealden countryside

Bewl Bridge Reservoir to The Moor

Bewl Bridge Reservoir to The Moor

Bewl Water and rolling hills of the High Weald

The Moor to Ewhurst Green

The Moor to Ewhurst Green

Fine undulating countryside and the moated Bodiam Castle

Ewhurst Green to Rye

Ewhurst Green to Rye

Follow the Rother river to the coast at Rye

Sussex Border Path

Sussex Border Path

Walk the inland boundary from Emsworth to Rye

Monarch's Way (Sussex)

Monarch's Way (Sussex)

From the Hampshire border at Rowlands Castle to Shoreham

The Cuckmere Valley

The Cuckmere Valley

Explore the Cuckmere Valley north of the Seven Sisters

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