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'Lots of opportunities to explore the area's rolling hills; small irregular-shaped fields, open heaths; abundant woodlands; scattered farmsteads and sunken routeways.'


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Please Note 'The shoreline of Kent and Sussex is not as easy to walk along as it looks. There are sandy stretches but under cliffs expect to find mostly pebbles and large, slippery ...
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'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 walking holidays and baggage transfers norm ...
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'The main function of this group is to look at how the public rights of way network and access land is managed and improved. Forum members will also be asked to comment on broader access, transport ...
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'Uniquely combining a biodiverse landscape with bustling towns and villages, the South Downs National Park covers an area of over 1,600 km2 and is home to more than 110,400 people. Recogni ...
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Download PDFs of Leaflets from the Website: [1] Beachy Head - - - : [2] Burton Pond - - - : [3] Centurion Way - - - : [4]  Devil's Dyke - - - : [5] Dyke Railway - - - : [6] High and Over - - - : [7 ...
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'We usually have an all-day circular walk, typically of 9 - 11 miles, every Sunday all year round and shorter half day walks on most summer Saturdays and some wint ...
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'As Britain’s newest National Park the South Downs offers you rolling hills, picturesque villages, ancient woodland, crystal clear rivers and the iconic Seven Sisters cliffs. Running the entire len ...
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