Amberley Wild Brooks - flooded

We were due to walk across here, but, cleverly, we didn't. Amberley Circular

14-Feb-09 • moontiger on Flickr

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Off across a field

A muddy field. Amberley Circular

14-Feb-09 • moontiger on Flickr

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Those Wild Brooks again....

Still flooded. Amberley Circular

14-Feb-09 • moontiger on Flickr

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Tree, Parham Park

Amberley Circular

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Sheep reflected in floodwater

Amberley Circular

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Flooded hedge

Luckily the path was still passable. Amberley Circular

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Nearly there

Careful with my stuff you Sherpas. Amberley Circular

14-Feb-09 • moontiger on Flickr

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Amberley Circular walk

Out along the foot of the South Downs above Wild Brook wetland to Storrington for lunch, and back along the ridge of the Downs.

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SWC Free Walk 11, Amberley Circular. 28/2/11.

A delightful walk of 10.6 miles (per the instructions, though this walker thought it was more!) combining river walking and downland. On this particular day, the paths were very muddy and the meadows very boggy. The morning section is the flat one, walking beside The Arun and its meadows before lunch at the village of Cootham. The afternoon walk includes a steady ascent of the Downs that is rewarded with potentially fine views (not today though!). Then it's around 4 miles along the ridge back to Amberley. (Some minor wind interference).


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