Dual language sign to Pooh Bridge
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A walk via Pooh Bridge to the attractive Wealden village of Hartfield, with a longer option over the elevated heathland of Ashdown Forest.
Heather on Ashdown Forest
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A long walk through Pooh country with far-reaching views from the top of Ashdown Forest
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The 1066 County Path, picturesque Battle and its Abbey
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via Wilmington, Jevington and Flagstaff point
Berwick to Eastbourne
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A reservoir, then the South Downs Way past pretty villages (Jevington and Wilmington) and a ridge walk.
Berwick to Seaford walk
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The South Downs : Windover and 'High and Over' Hills, and picturesque Alfriston. Can be extended with a chalk cliff coastal walk to Seaford.
View of water tower from path over railway near Burgess Hill. D.Allen Vivitar 5199 5mp
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A long almost circular walk via the Sussex Border Path, Sussex Villages, and the South Downs Way ridge from Ditchling Beacon to Wolstonbury Hill
Buxted Circular walk
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A gentle walk through the Weald to Poundgate, with some nice views of the Weald and the distant South Downs.
Eastbourne to East Dean walk
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Coastal walk via Eastbourne's promenade, Beachy Head and the 7 Sisters, then inland over the downs to East Dean. Return by bus.
SWC Walk 66 - Eastbourne to Hastings via Bexhill
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Flat coastal walk along the south coast past busy sea front promenades and quiet beaches.
Edenbridge to Westerham
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A slow climb from Eden Valley to the Greensand Ridge and the High Chart,via Chartwell (NT, Churchill's Home) and Emmetts Garden (NT).
Climbers at Harrison's Rocks
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A short walk through an interesting part of the High Weald.
The Dorset Arms, Withyham
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Along the High Weald Landscape Trail to some attractive villages in the upper Medway Valley
Etchingham to Wadhurst
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Hilly Wealden landscapes, ancient villages and Bewl Water reservoir
Forest Row Circular
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The heathlands of Ashdown Forest. Travel by Bus.
View of Seven Sisters from the west. David A. Vivitar 5199
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The best walk in the book! A South Downs ridge, picture postcard Alfriston, Cuckmere Haven (beach), and cliffs with views of the Seven Sisters. Long but worth it.
Not many footpaths have their own lawn and neatly clipped hedges Hassocks to Brighton
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Over the South Downs to Brighton, the liveliest city on the South Coast
...or is it Jack? (One of a pair), Clayton, Sussex
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A South Downs ridge walk ... maximum view for minimum effort, with historic Lewes to finish.
sea view from the coast path
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Hilly cliff top path via remote Fairlight Glen naturist beach to Fireheights. Return by the same path, a gentler inland route, or along the seashore
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Seaside Hastings, a hilly cliff walk with 4 steep climbs and a remote naturist beach. Gentle afternoon to historic Winchelsea and Rye via a noted viewpoint.
An energetic walk over the South Downs with great views throughout.
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The less-frequented heart of the South Downs to Rottingdean, with a pleasant walk along the promenade into Brighton to finish
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South Downs Way along a chalk ridge in the morning, remote Rodmell for lunch, then back up and over the downs to the coast. Undercliff path, or bus to Brighton
SWC Walk 181 - Lewes to Seaford via West Firle
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Glorious ramble over the South Downs to the sea covering areas less frequently walked
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Long. A steep hill (views) to Glynde. Lunch in quiet West Firle, then the South Downs Way (chalk ridge), with a flat valley walk back to historic Lewes
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A Victorian Fort, White Cliffs, cliff top and cliff bottom paths, Brighton's busy pier and promenade and quieter Hove
The Seven Sisters from Birling Gap, 23 Sept 2006
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The best walk in the Southeast! A dramatic cliff walk passing Cuckemere Haven, the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head as the South Downs meets the sea. Ends with Eastbourne's promenade and pier.
SWC Walk 25 - South Downs Way 8 : Southease to Eastbourne
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2 Long Ridge walks over open downs, beautiful Alfriston for lunch, and Eastbourne pier and prom. to finish.
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The flat, open Ouse valley to Rodmell and Kingston, then an open chalk ridge to Rottingdean and Brighton.
Lewes to Seaford (composite route)
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A loop to Rodmell for lunch, then up and across the South Downs. Finishes by the sea.
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The High Weald, Kipling’s home, and panoramic views
Old Well and High Street, Frant
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A varied High Weald walk with stretches through parkland, restored heathland and woods containing massive sandstone outcrops, finishing alongside the Spa Valley Railway.
SWC Walk 262 Uckfield to Buxted
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Uck Valley, undulating Low Weald Countryside, van Hoogstraten's path, Blackboys Inn, Tickerage Stream valley with Vivien Leigh's home, and Buxted Park
SWC Walk 272 Uckfield to Lewes
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A gentle walk along river valleys through fields and woods, finishing with a climb over the South Downs above Glyndebourne
View across Eridge Old Park
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Plenty of fine views on this short High Weald walk to the spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells
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This walk follows the Sussex Border path to Bewl Water, then follows its banks back to Wadhurst for tea. Gentle gradients but never flat.
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The hardest walk in the book. A gentle start with the 1066 Path and a great pub for lunch. After lunch, a great coastal cliff walk with 4 steep climbs, Fairlight Glen naturist beach, fish and chips on Hastings seafront, so one for summer.