Other Walks and Rides in the South Downs
Please note that the following leaflets are out of print but are still free to download below.
Armed with an Ordnance Survey map there are endless day and circular walks you can do based around the South Downs Way. We've prepared some leaflets showing some of the best introductory day and half day walks;
Walk from Eastbourne to Alfriston on the South Downs Way bridleway route above The Long Man of Wilmington, stay overnight in Alfriston, then return along the South Downs Way coastal footpath above Beachy Head (on a hot day, take swimming gear for a dip en route). Can be done in reverse order of preferred.
Walk from Amberley to Arundel along the Arun riverbank then return via Kithurst Hill and the South Downs Way.
From Southease Station, walk or cycle in a loop around Telescombe (Youth Hostel)/ Castle Hill National Nature Reserve/ the South Downs Way above Kingston/ on the South Downs Way to Mill Hill near Rodmell and back to Southease (can also be done starting from Kingston Village).
From Cocking on the Midhurst to Chichester road (bus stop) walk or cycle along the South Downs Way above Graffham village (pubs). Return along bridleways and minor roads at the foot of the downs. Teashop in Cocking.