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Stopham Bridge

10-Aug-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Amberley Wild Brooks in summer

10-Aug-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Parham House across the lake

10-Aug-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Winter view from the Hanger viewpoint, Pulborough Brooks

01-Mar-14 • Sean O'Neill

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Pulborough Circular walk - does NOT go up there!

Pulborough Circular walk - does NOT go up there!

Sandstone rocks near Rackham Old School. Sussex. D.Allen: VIVITAR 5199mp

01-Jan-06 • magyardave2002 on Flickr

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Stopham bridge

Stopham bridge

again.... Pulborough Circular

23-Mar-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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Arun and Wey Canal

Arun and Wey Canal

Thats it in the foreground.... Pulborough Circular

23-Mar-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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Pulborough Circular walk

This is a long but easy walk which explores the water meadows of the River Arun, with the South Downs as a dramatic backdrop.

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SWC Free Walk 14, Pulborough Circular. 10/6/13.

Back to Pulborough again for another glorious 13 mile circular. From the station, it's familiar terrain, but in reverse, to Stopham Bridge. Crossing both The Arun and The Rother, it's then on along an abandoned canal to the medieval Greatham Bridge. After a short section along the banks of The Arun, the walker is then crossing the delightful Amberley Wild Brooks for lunch in the pretty village of Amberley. Thereafter, it's along The West Sussex Literary Trail and a minor road to Parham Park, with it's brown-coated fallow deer. Then, on past past an airfield, across Wiggonholt Common and so to the RSPB visitor centre, which offers some fine views across Pulborough Brooks. The finale goes past Wiggonholt's delightful little church, then alongside The Arun across the brooks and so back into Pulborough. A lovely walk, with lots of variety amidst beautiful surroundings, though clearly one to avoid after heavy rain.


Last updated : Feb-18