Hassocks to Upper Beeding walk

3 steep hills with fine views before lunch at Devil's Dyke. A gentle ridge walk in the afternoon to Upper Beeding (short bus ride to Shoreham station)


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  • WALK ENGLAND: Hassocks to Upper Beeding SWC-Walk-2-23 (Timelapse)
    Rick ster, Mar-24

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    Total Distance: 10.4 Miles (16.7KM)

    Total Ascent: 1483 Feet (452M)

    Total Descent: 1634 Feet (498M)

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  • Hassocks to Shoreham-By-Sea. 16/6/22
    amib, Jun-22

    Another update of a walk last filmed 12 years ago on the mobile. This 10 miler, undertaken on a balmy day, with a bit of a cooling breeze, starts out from Hassocks station. It isn't long before the walker is ascending the first of several climbs, Wolstonbury Hill. The 'Jack' and 'Jill' windmills at Clayton can be seen on the horizon.

    On across grassland, past the small café at Saddlecombe and then along the rim (not the valley floor of the GPX track) of the Devil's Dyke; a wonderful piece of river 'engineering'.

    Lunch is had at the viewpoint here, though a busy pub option also exists.

    Thereafter, the walker is on the South Downs Way, crossing Fulking escarpment, on past Edburton and Truleigh Hills, and then descending to the 'South Downs' bus stop (not on the GPX track).

    After a short bus ride, the walker reaches Shoreham, with its beach, cafes and railway station.

    Another very pleasant return to the South Downs after several years' absence. Today's weather added to the enjoyment.

    (N.B. Some wind interference. Several fields contained amenable cattle, but one, on Cow Down, had several bullocks in it, which really shouldn't be the case, where a public path crosses.).

  • Hassocks to Upper Beeding.12.7.10.
    amib, Dec-10

    Around 10 miles of delightful South Downs walking; over Wolstonbury and Edburton Hills and onto the natural work of art that is Devil's Dyke. After lunch there, the walker follows the South Downs Way along the Fulking Escarpment before descending into the riverside village of Upper Beeding.

    (Mobile phone quality).