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Arundel from the river

19-Jul-10 • Sean O'Neill

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New bridge at South Stoke

19-Jul-10 • Sean O'Neill

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Looking north from Arundel Park

08-Jun-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Looking north from Warningcamp Hill

08-Jun-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Arundel Castle from Black Rabbit pub

Arundel Castle from Black Rabbit pub

Arundel via Amberley Circular walk

05-Apr-15 • Saturdaywalker on Flickr

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The Bridge Inn, Houghton Bridge

19-Jul-10 • Sean O'Neill

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River Arun between Houghton and South Stoke

19-Jul-10 • Sean O'Neill

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Arundel and Amberley walk

A contrast between peaceful villages in the Arun Valley and an attractive old town with a castle and cathedral.

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SWC Free Walk 100, Amberley to Arundel. 23/7/12.

A fine 14 miles of walking in The South Downs area, covering some different territory to Book 1, Walk 32, though with some unavoidable, reverse repetition. Starting out from Amberley station, the walker is soon crossing over the River Arun, a regular companion today, for the riverside walk into Arundel Park. This is familiar terrain from Book 1, Walk 32, though in reverse. Lunch is had in Arundel, where there are numerous possibilities. After lunch, the walk crosses back over The Arun, through the small villages of Wepham and Burpham and then follows the valley back into Amberley. Thereafter, it's more valley walking, with some delightful scenery, for the return into Arundel. A great walk, with some wonderful views, aided and abetted by some lovely weather today. Has the potential to be very muddy in places, and had some very overgrown sections today. Might be useful to wear some midge cream in season as this is their homeland!


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