When you reach the gravel track, follow this to the right. It then follows a relatively flat stretch of the South Downs Way, where hikers can relax and enjoy the panoramic views. Walking is a joy whatever the season, but autumn, in particular, has its own special magic. Free guided weekly walks also available. Several of the pubs mentioned here also provide accommodation; see for further suggestions. At the top of the hill take the right fork and descend to cross a culvert and then uphill, bearing right and downhill again. A couple of minutes after passing the trig point, you come to a gate.
Perhaps visit on a Saturday lunchtime for a pre-walk meal with the dog? The area is well known for its wildlife, but beware the dragon which dwells in St Leonards Forest! Route Description A few words of warning. Leave the park and turn to your right to rejoin the A272, heading west. Monday 28th January Firle Beacon 10. The walk starts and ends on the high street, and this is where you will find Limes. Given the slightly awkward, straggling shape of the National Park, these cultural highlights at its easternmost reaches also provide a useful geographical focus for a short break. The walks are for all levels of fitness and abilities. The area encompasses everything from rugged coastline, rolling countryside, charming villages and most of all, exquisite views.
Ice cream van usually at Ditchling Beacon. At the top of the hill turn right up the small set of steps and cross over another path to walk in front of. Just across the road you will find South Lodge Hotel, home of former Michelin starred restaurant The Pass, which is situated in 93 acres of beautiful grounds. You will enjoy lots of lovely Sussex countryside and the regular sight of the Ouse makes it a really fantastic walk. Find a pub walk Discover the beauty of our countryside as well as working up a thirst and appetite with our pub walks. For transport planning using journey planning tools from Transport Direct, please complete the following tools. The immense winds along the Beachy Head coastline will leave you invigorated for the final couple of miles.
Be aware that evening dress is traditional at the festival. Burpham and Wepham villages are also a joy to behold! Follow the yellow sign directing you up hill to the right leading to Wepham Down and follow the path as it climbs steeply to the brow of the hill. You can walk the South Downs Way in either direction, but we recommend walking west to east Winchester to Eastbourne , and this is the way our and normally run. This is a fully interactive map that will enable you to follow the route as you walk and to access additional information such as bus timetables and pub or tea room websites, You can use Street View to check features on the route, for example, to recognise the route on the ground and to identify where the bus stops are or what to look out for. In Verdley Wood you will see coppiced woodland to your left and conifer plantation to your right. Or you might consider breaking your journey home to spend an hour or two here in the afternoon, before the last bus.
Go straight ahead towards the old stables and then go through the tunnel on your left and into Petworth Park. Day two 10am Spend the morning in Lewes — the exceptionally pretty flint and brick county town has lovely views of the Downs and a great clutch of antiques dealers and second-hand book shops. The Black Horse is one of the first buildings that you come to, on your right hand side. You can see much more of their work at nearby Berwick Church —. South Downs West: Liss Forest, Petersfield, Butser Hill, West Meon, Droxford, Beacon Hill, Avington, Itchen Way and Old Winchester Hill. Follow the road straight ahead to join the A27 and the bus stops.
Full route description and map can be. Starting and ending at the pub, meaning you can park up and perhaps even enjoy a pre-walk pick me up, it takes in some of the fantastic local countryside. Arriving in Amberley by train, leave the station access road and turn left under the railway bridge and towards the bridge over the river. On Arrival Teatime Start your break at the Glyndebourne Festival, which opened a few days ago and runs until August 25. Keep straight ahead, crossing the lane and continuing along the track ahead of you.
You can start walks from Patcham on the northern edge of Brighton, Ditchling Road on the way to Ditchling Beacon or the downland village of Pyecombe. Finish your exploit with something refreshing and tasty from our menu. Although located less than two miles 3 km from the coast, there is no public road linking the village with the more built-up coast. If you time your walk correctly you will be able to catch the sight of the train in action, or at the very least see one in the station. Continue along the Wealdway towards Jevington, through Friston Forest and along Charleston Bottom. When you come to New Cut, cross the road, with St Nicholas church on your left.
The South Downs is a popular destination for walkers, offering coastal views, rolling hills and the kind of beautiful british scenery that you would find on a postcard. Pub Jack and Jill at end of stroll. Directions for the walk can be. The path runs alongside the perimeter wall of Arundel Park before moving slightly inland and rises up through the woodland into a field. Parking is available at Seven Sisters Country Park, East Dean or Birling Gap. Each walk is circular, and where possible begins and ends at a place accessible by public transport.
Follow this trail straight ahead, through the woods, along a field edge and then into the woods. Cross the road again when you reach the bridge over the River Arun, and then turn right down Mill Road. Leaving the gate at the far end of the field, follow the public bridleway to the right. Accessible all year, but wild flowers best in spring. If the hotel grounds are not your thing then you could also try around the local area that takes you slightly off the beaten path.
Continue in the same direction, then go right, following the path downhill into the High Street. The walks, which are designed to suit all abilities, are dotted all over the National Park and range from 4¾ miles 7. After The White Cottage, the footpath leaves the road on the right hand side to descend into Verdley Wood. After a few minutes you reach the bottom of the hill and you follow the main path that leads round to the left. Keep close to the side of the road and it may be safer to cross the road well before a sharp right-hand bend so that oncoming traffic has a better chance of seeing you.