Follow this seven-mile walk along the Cuckmere River, from the picturesque village of Alfriston to the monumental Seven Sisters chalk cliffs on the Sussex south coast. Map and route.
North Marden to East Marden, West Sussex
Walk through a tranquil landscape of ancient field patterns, Norman churches and wooded hills in the South Downs National Park. Map and route.
Firle Beacon, East Sussex
A long and invigorating walk in the South Downs National Park from the lively town of Lewes, via the impressive Mount Caburn, Firle Beacon and Itford Hill, to the historic village of Rodmell. Map and route.
Seven Sisters, East Sussex
At the National Trust hamlet of Birling Gap, the sea’s aroma sits strong in the air. From the top of the steps above the beach and its numerous rockpools, the views of the Seven Sisters and Seaford Head are excellent.Walk atop the magnificent chalky cliffs of the Seven Sisters in the South Downs, where kittiwakes and fulmars can be seen alongside Brimstone butterflies and flowering cowslips. Map and route.
Meon Valley, Hampshire
Discover a landscape shaped by man and nature over 6,000 years on a walk that enters the heart of the South Downs National Park in Hampshire. Map and route.
Ouse Valley, East Sussex
Navigate the meandering banks of the River Ouse, discover Virginia Woolf’s 17th-century country retreat and climb to the summit of Firle Beacon with a walk through the Ouse Valley in East Sussex. Maps and Routes
Devil’s Dyke and Ditching Beacon, East Sussex
Explore Devil’s Dyke – the longest, deepest and widest ‘dry valley’ in the UK – and the 248m peak of Ditching Beacon. Maps and Routes.
Cissbury Ring, Sussex
Discover the 5,000-year-long history of Cissbury Ring, the largest hill fort in Sussex. Maps and routes.