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Chichester

'Brief descriptions of walks, the full details can be downloaded as pdf documents ... All of these walks have been taken from A Walker's Guide: Chichester Harbour which can be purchased fr ...
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'The name Centurion Way was suggested by a local schoolboy and is based on the fact that the path crosses the course of a Roman road. Sculptures relating to aspects of local history were p ...
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'There are several benches along the towpath to sit and appreciate the peace and quiet of the canal and to watch the wildlife ... You can get refreshments at each end of towpath from the Canal Cent ...
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'The half-timbered houses and cottages in this region, some hidden in the woods, are enchanting and of unrivalled quality. This walk has an astonishing return route that brings you, by a magical un ...
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'The main attraction of the Sussex Border Path is its surprisingly remote and unspoilt quality in this particularly crowded part of England. In the early days, a detailed route description ...
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'The introduction to the guide explains that "because the path traverses the Low Weald there are no difficult or dramatic ascents but there is sufficient undulation to provide some magnificent view ...
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[1] Hooksway to Philliswood Down Walk - - - : [2] A Daffodil walk in West Dean Woods - - - : [3] A Stroll around Chilgrove Valley - - - : [4] Didling Downs - - - : [5] Upton Farm, Chilgrove - - - : ...
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