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Berwick via Arlington Circular Walk

Tranquil, quiet and gently undulating countryside with fine views of the downs and weald

Length

12.6 km (7.8 mi)

Time Required: 3–4 hours plus any stops or diversions

Toughness 1 out of 10
OS Maps OS Explorer 123 (Eastbourne)
Walk Notes

The walk starts and end at Berwick railway station, a 10 minute journey from Lewes. An idyllic ramble through tranquil, quiet and gently undulating countryside with fine views of the downs and weald, highlighting the footpath work of the Ramblers. Lots of opportunities for refreshment, but quite a few stiles.

Travel

Berwick Railway Station is served by trains between Brighton, Lewes, Polegate, Eastbourne and Hastings. Trains call once an hour throughout the week. If coming from London, it may be quicker to go to Brighton and change there, rather than changing at Lewes.

Author © Copyright Chris Smith except where otherwise stated and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

This is one of a number of walks created for the Ramblers by Chris Smith of Travellog Lewes (www.travelloglewes.co.uk). You can find more about the area around Lewes by visiting.

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Trains

Out: (not a train station)

Back: (not a train station)

By Car

Start: BN26 6TB Directions

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Start walking Large print Using GPS data

National Rail: 03457 48 49 50 • Travelline SE (bus times): 0871 200 2233 (12p/min) • TFL (London) : 0343 222 1234

Version

Jun-17

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Walk Directions  

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This is just the introduction. This walk's detailed directions are in a PDF available from wwww.walkingclub.org.uk