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5 great Sussex walks to enjoy this Spring and Summer!by Kerrie Hawkins, Jun 2019
Love walking when the weather is nice? Here’s a couple of great walks to do in Sussex, thanks to National Trust.
Walk from Standen to Kingscote Bluebell Railway
A country walk for more experienced walkers to and from Kingscote Station and the celebrated Bluebell Steam Railway.
Discovering Gayles Farm
Stride out on a walk across this iconic landscape, walking in the steps of our ancestors as you discover the fascinating history, wildlife and archaeology of this coastal site. Enjoy far reaching views towards the sea and across the Cuckmere Valley, and the wealth of wildlife that this rare chalk grassland offers.
Swan Barn Farm well, woodland and meadow walk
Take a walk from the medieval dipping well past a traditional orchard grazed by sheep, through a network of intimate meadows, streams and into the ancient woodland where a hazel coppice is still worked. From the woodland, amble through pastures lined with hedgerows, where Belted Galloways graze and hay is cut to encourage meadow flowers. Then return to the historic market town of Haslemere.
East Head and Ellanore circular walk
Circular route taking in East Head, Chichester harbour and West Wittering Village. Enjoy pretty coastal paths, leafy lanes and coffee shop or pub options along the way.
A heavenly haven at Chyngton
An easy to moderate stroll taking in the chalk downland of Seaford Head local nature reserve, with stunning views of the Seven Sisters.