Amberley Circular walk
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Out along the foot of the South Downs above Wild Brook wetland to Storrington for lunch, and back along the ridge of the Downs.
Looking back along the Arun. Amberley to Arundel
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South Downs in the morning, then follows the river Arun to Historic Arundel (Castle, Cathedral)
SWC Walk 39 - Amberley to Pulborough
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The South Downs Way up a ridge and then across a couple of hills and through hanging woods in the morning. Then through the quiet West Weald and the Rother Valley with several heathery commons.
New bridge at South Stoke
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A contrast between peaceful villages in the Arun Valley and an attractive old town with a castle and cathedral.
Amberley to Arundel walk
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Arundel Castle, its parkland, and the South Downs
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The River Arun, the Angmering Park Estate and “Worthing's best kept secret” on Highdown Hill.
SWC Walk 217 Midhurst Way: Arundel to Midhurst
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Long walk though a remote and less visited part of the South Downs National Park
They could have filmed Bridge on the River Kwai here perhaps.
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Nymans Gardens (NT), and the ruins of Slaugham
Balcombe Circular walk
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Two interlocking circular walks (one for Summer, one for Winter) around Balcombe, taking in Ardingly Reservoir, the Ouse Valley Viaduct, and fine Weald territory.
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Gentle wooded hills, Wakehurst Place Gardens (NT) and a reservoir
Through the Weald to an old market town
Tranquil, quiet and gently undulating countryside with fine views of the downs and weald
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Starts in gentle countryside, with the South Downs a thin line on the horizon, then via some steep hills and hidden valleys to finish on the crest of the South Downs with a panoramic view
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Long flat walk with an emphasis on fauna in a re-wilding area, and passing several historic buildings.
The ruins of Brambletye House. D.Allen Vivitar 5199mp
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Two walks in classic Weald territory, with an optional visit to the National Trust property of Standen
SWC Walk 27 - East Grinstead to Wivelsfield or Sheffield Park
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Long walk through area of bluebell-rich woodland then heathery commons, or shorter walk and return by steam train
SWC Walk 239 Halnaker to Chichester via Cass Sculpture Park and Goodwood
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Scenic steep chalk downlands around the Upper Lavant Valley, Cass Sculpture Park, the Goodwood Estate and unrivalled views from St. Roche's Hill
Haslemere to Midhurst walk
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The Temple of the Winds on Black Down & lunch in idyllic hamlet with fine pub and evocative ruins of a fortified Tudor house on Cowdray Estate against the backdrop of the South Downs
SWC Walk 48 Haslemere to Midhurst (via Lurgashall or Lickfold)
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Black Down (heathland with views) and Temple of the Winds (viewpoint), Lurgashall (picturesque village with pub by the green), Cowdray Estate (romantic ruin by Polo Fields) and historic market town of Midhurst.
SWC Walk 218 Haslemere to Midhurst (The Midhurst Way)
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Quiet hills and forests, 2 country pubs, and Cowdray Park.
Hassocks to Upper Beeding walk
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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)
A Bluebell Railway train chugs by
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A gently undulating walk in the low hills around the Ouse Valley.
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An undulating High Weald walk with a contrasting section alongside Ardingly Reservoir
The rolling tree clad High Wield
Through Stumblewood Common
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A varied walk from the deep wooded valleys of the High Weald to the elevated heathland of Ashdown Forest, with a section alongside the Bluebell Railway. Travel by bus
A forest of ancient Yew trees, Devil's Humps (Bronze age burial mounds), chalk downland, and a steep climb to a viewpoint
Quiet coastal walk past quiet shingle beaches and busier south coast resorts of Littlehampton and Bognor Regis
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A quiet canal, the shoreline of Chichester Harbour, West Wittering beach, and East Head spit. Return by bus.
Silent contemplation, 3 Feb '07
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An easy southerly trek through East Hampshire.
Parham House across the lake
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Long but easy walk which explores the water meadows of the River Arun, with the South Downs as a dramatic backdrop.
Pulborough to Amberley walk
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Historic Pulborough, gentle hills, a gem of a pub, an RSPB marshland, and up and over the South Downs to Amberley.
SWC Walk 294 - Pulborough to Halfway Bridge (via Tillington)
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The Rother and Lod valleys, Littleworth and Sutton Common heathlands, South Downs views, Burton Park and three good pubs
Petworth House from Upper Pond
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Across the Arun valley and Greensand Hills to an attractive town with one of the National Trust's finest properties
SWC Walk Rowlands Castle Circular
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A demanding walk, first through park- and woodland, then through the remote westerly valleys of the South Downs
Long walk via Kingley Vale SSI, Beacon Hill, and the South Downs ridge
A new perspective on, and glorious panoramic views of, the South Downs.
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Varied coastal walk past quiet shingle beaches and the busier south coast resorts of Worthing and Littlehampton
Petersfield to Cocking walk
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Follows the South Downs Way along the crest of the South Downs with good 360 degree views throughout.
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Follows the South Downs Way along the ridge of the South Downs. Good views in the morning, a forested trail in the afternoon (travel by bus).
A ridge walk along the South Downs Way, passing Chanctonbury Ring.
Saturday Walkers Club (unknown)
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The inlets of Chichester Harbour (best at high tide) and the historic Cathedral town.
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Undulating low Weald Countryside via the (now peaceful) path at the centre of a right-of-way battle between the Ramblers and Van Hoogstraaten
Holy Trinity Church, Cuckfield
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Fine views from the High Weald, the picturesque Sussex village of Cuckfield, and Borde Hill Garden.