Arundel to Amberley walk

Arundel Castle, its parkland, and the South Downs

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  • Arundel to Amberley Walk SWC-Walk-1-32 # Copyright Saturday Walkers ...
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  • Arundel to Amberley walk | South Downs National Park | Drone 4k | Hiking Near London | Saturday Walk
    Hiking In London, May-21

    Arundel Castle, its parkland, and the South Downs

    Next event: http://www.senderismoenlondres.co.uk/events.html

    Length 18.8km (11.7 miles), 5 hours 15 minutes. For the whole outing, including trains, sights and meals, allow at least 10 hours

    Toughness 7 out of 10.

    This lovely South Downs walk passes through Arundel, which has a very pretty and historic centre, a Cathedral, and a very large and picturesque Castle, and then through the castle's landscaped parkland. Amberley, at the end of the walk, has a pretty riverside tea garden and a recommended pub.

    The walk starts and ends along the River Arun. It goes up Arundel’s old High Street, lined with ancient buildings, to the Duke of Norfolk’s castle. The Norfolk family have been Roman Catholics for centuries, hence you pass the only church in the UK that is part Catholic and part Protestant (the Catholic part is their chapel, separated off by an iron grille).

    You pass the impressive Roman Catholic Cathedral (free entry, recommended) then enter the 1,240-acre Arundel Park (the park is closed on March 24th each year, but the public footpaths should remain open on that day). From the Hiorne Tower, you descend to Swanbourne Lake, then go up and through the Park to exit it through a gap in the wall, to walk above the River Arun again.

    The route leads you to the isolated hamlet of South Stoke, with its unusual church and from there you walk beside the river all the way to the village of Burpham, with its church, and pub – your lunchtime stop. The walk requires a relatively early start from London if you want to be in time for food at the lunchtime pub; the distance to the lunch pub in Burpham from the start of the walk is 6 miles, 2.5 hours of walking.

    The afternoon’s walk, up, over and down the chalky South Downs, makes for a nice contrast to the morning’s walk.

    There are several stretches that are steep (but with excellent views in compensation) and some descents on chalky paths can be slippery in the wet or after recent rain. When coming down off the South Downs towards Amberley, the final leg of the walk, across the south-western section of Amberley Wild Brooks, should not be undertaken in winter or after periods of heavy rain, as your route over the water meadows is likely to be flooded; instead, take the direct route down High Titten to the railway station and the Bridge Inn.

    Amberley is a delightful village with many thatched houses, a pub, tea shop and village store, in addition to its castle and church. Next to the railway station is the Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre.

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  • Arundel to Amberley Walk | South East Walks | Cool Dudes Walking Club
    Cool Dudes Walking Club, Jul-19

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    Marek goes on a walk from Arundel to Amberley in this two castle spectacular journey. You can go this walk and find more walks here:

    https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/walk/arundel-to-amberley/index.html

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  • SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK HIKING NEAR LONDON 🇬🇧 England Hiking UK
    Hiking In London, Feb-18

    Arundel to Amberley walk

    Arundel Castle, its parkland, and the South Downs

    Next event: http://www.senderismoenlondres.co.uk/events.html

    Lovely South Downs walk through Arundel, which has a very pretty and historic centre, a Cathedral, and a very large and picturesque Castle, and then through the castle's landscaped parkland. Amberley, at the end of the walk, is a delightful village with many thatched houses, a pub, tea shop and village store, in addition to its castle and church.

    Arundel Castle was built at the end of the eleventh century by Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Arundel. The castle was damaged in the Civil War. Parts of the castle and its grounds and café are open to the public. Full access ticket (2017): £20.00 (not included on this route).

    The Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady and St Philip Howard in Arundel was completed in 1873. Entry is free.

    The eleventh century St Leonard’s Church in the hamlet of South Stoke is still lit by candles.

    Amberley Castle and St Michael’s Church were both built shortly after the Norman Conquest. The castle was considered necessary to defend the Bishops from peasants in revolt and from marauding pirates. Today, the castle is an exclusive hotel.

    Distance: 18.8km (11.7 miles)

    Grading: Intermediate

    Rating: 7/10

    Ascent: 495m

    Hiking time: About 5.5 to 6.5 hours of actual hiking

    See more: https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/walk/arundel-to-amberley/index.html

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  • Arundel to Amberley. 29/5/11.
    amib, Jun-11

    A lovely, varied walk of around 11.7 miles. Starting in Arundel, the walk passes the Castle and Cathedral before entering the 1240 acre Park. Passing Hiorne Tower and Swanbourne Lake, the walker follows The Monarch Way before rejoining the River Arun and its riverside walk into Burpham for lunch.

    Thereafter, it's up and and over The Downs via 'The Burgh' and onto Amberley.This walk crosses the Wild Brooks, which were bone dry, reflecting the current water shortage.

    A very nice walk, with a few ascents, contrasting parks, woodland, rivers, and The Downs.