Favourite Walks in East Sussex

Favourite Walks in East Sussex

Owning dogs means that you walk a lot, or when planning to eat out etc you also tend to combine with a walk.  My parents live in East Sussex so I tend to spend quite a bit of time up that way.  I thought I would therefore document my favourite walks to do in East Sussex and may be there are a few you didn't know about.

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Seven Sisters Cliffs:

A stunning coastal walk offering dramatic views of chalk cliffs and the English Channel.

South Downs Way:

A long-distance trail traversing the South Downs National Park, offering panoramic views and varied landscapes.

Beachy Head:

A walk along the iconic Beachy Head cliffs, known for their white chalk cliffs and beautiful coastal scenery.

Cuckmere Haven to Seaford:

A peaceful riverside and coastal walk, passing through meadows and along the Cuckmere River to the town of Seaford.  My absolute favourite and you can also combine with a bit go Kayaking.  There is another blog post on here which gives more details on that day.  

Ashdown Forest:

A scenic walk through the forest that inspired A.A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh stories, with heathland, woods, and viewpoints.

Birling Gap and Belle Tout Lighthouse:

A coastal walk near Eastbourne, offering views of the lighthouse and the opportunity to explore the beach and cliffs.

Hastings Country Park:

A walk through woodlands and coastal paths in Hastings, offering views of the Old Town and the English Channel.  You cannot go to Hastings without visiting the Old Town and the shops there.  If you are visiting you definitely need a whole day there.


Beachy Head

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