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Balcombe to East Grinstead walk | Hiking UK
Hiking In London • 28-May-20
Gentle wooded hills, Wakehurst Place Gardens (NT) and a reservoir Wakehurst Place, Priest House & Weir Wood Next event: http://www.senderismoenlondres.co.uk/events.html Length: 17.2km (10.7 miles), 5 hours. For the whole outing, including trains, sights and meals, allow at least 9 hours. Toughness: 6 out of 10. OS Maps: Explorer 135 or Landranger 187. Balcombe, map reference TQ 306 302, is in West Sussex, 7km south-east of Crawley. Features This walk has a fair number of relatively gentle uphills and downhills, but is well worth the effort. It starts in the old village of Balcombe, passes Balcombe House, and then goes through the woods and by the lake of Balcombe Estate (which you can swim in), up to a farm that can be extremely muddy in wet weather, to reach the National Trust gardens and Tudor mansion at Wakehurst Place around mid-morning. Wakehurst has a manor house and large lanscaped gardens. Free entry for NT and RBS members, the flowers are best in spring. See more: https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/walk/balcombe-to-east-grinstead/index.html ¡SUBSCRIBE! Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/senderismoenlondres Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hikinginlondon/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hikinginlondon/ © Club Hiking in London. Ltd 2020 (CASC) in collaboration with Saturday Walkers Club. #HikingUK #HikinginLondon #Balcombe swcwalks book1 walk34
Balcombe to East Grinstead, Part 1, 7/11/10.
amib • 08-Nov-10
A 10.7 mile walk through the undulating hillsand woods of the High Weald in the West Sussex countryside. Part 1 takes the walker past the lake of the Balcombe Estate and on through woodsand meadows to the National Trust's Wakehurst Place. Lunch is at the second highest point in Sussex (183m), the village of West Hoathly.
Balcombe to East Grinstead, Part 2. 7/11/10.
amib • 09-Nov-10
After lunch at St Margaret's Church, the walk goes through Giffards Wood, crosses over the Bluebell Railway Line, then joins the Sussex Border Path to pass the climbing rocks at Stone Farm. Then, it's on past Weir Wood Reservoir and across meadows back to East Grinstead.