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wandern
2 days ago

Lovely walk a bit muddy in places but to be expected in January. Explored Rye, shame the walk didn’t include the cobbled streets and church but we found our way round these and enjoyed lunch in a lovely tea room near the church. Would do this walk again. January 2020

wandern
schlammig
7 days ago

Dog friendly. Off the lead for most of the time. LOVELY views. Second time that I’ve done it. Sunny or muddy, it’s great fun!!

A pretty decent walk. Starts on pavement but this soon runs out and heads down a country lane. We went in January so a little. Muddy in places, but expected for the time of the year. Nice to stop off at the Bull Inn half way around (we did it in reverse) and free parking at ticehurst'S main car park... Which is a decent start/finish point. We took the dog too... Who loved it!

wandern
schlammig
7 days ago

This is a good trail for walking the dog, it's quite muddy but has nice variation of terrain i.e fields, country lanes, forest and pathways next to Bewl Water. You can also stop off at the pub (The Bull) dogs are welcome, nice atmosphere and cosy fire. The walk took us in total 2hours 30mins with pub stop. The start point is the car park at Ticehurst which is free, the route takes you on a loop.

Good walk on the first sunny day in January after weeks of rain. Easy to get the train to Southease. Lots of up and down but easy to follow and nice pubs in Lewes at the end

wandern
schlammig
14 days ago

wandern
schlammig
17 days ago

Nice easy trail to do. Quite muddy in parts but to be expected being winter and in the marsh/ next to a water reserve. Went on an exceptionally windy and rainy day, which strangely seemed to add to the medieval charm of Camber Castle. Took about 1.45-2hrs going at a very leisurely pace due to the mud. Rye itself has lots of cute pubs with fireplaces to warm up at (dry off!) afterwards, and most serving delicious local ales and pub fare. A good day trip out from London!

wandern
21 days ago

Sun, rain, wind I really like this walk. Check the weather before going and you will enjoy it!

Excellent, varied trail. Lots of history, great views, open countryside and water en route. Well signed and easy to follow.

Lovely walk and it takes you past Paul McCartney’s windmill recording studio. Stiles are repaired.

gehen
privatgrundstück
schlammig
29 days ago

most of this trail that isn't on roads is like a bog. also, approx half way through the route on the app takes you through private land. stick to the Bewl Water Circular walk

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

Nice and easy hike. suitable for the dog as long as you know when the roads are to keep them on the lead or under control. bit boggy but expected this time of year. lovely hike with some views over the hills.

wandern
geschlossen
1 month ago

Sadly this trail is now unusable. The rail crossing as marked is closed and there is no safe alternative route to rejoin the trail until you reach Beddingham. We continued along the river and across the railway at Southease. Sadly having walked along the verge of the A26 we learned we could not rejoin the trail by the railway as the area is now a composting plant and closed to the public. We had to continue along the A26 verge (dangerous and ill advised) until we reached the pavement at Beddingham. In Beddingham the trail also went cold, driving us back onto the A27 until we rejoined the trail heading up Station Road into Glynde. With time and daylight against us we cut straight across from Mount Caburn to Lewes Golf Club and back down to the car. Muddy, as expected for this time of year, the trails we found were in great condition. Some of the styles need attention. Kissing gates were all in great condition and the pavements, where we found them were in good condition also. Shame about the rail crossing/trail closure. It wasn't so enjoyable as we spent 2-3 miles on the verge of the A26 and probably 40% of our time on a roadway.

Excellent walk but a bit muddy in winter!

wandern
2 months ago

Lovely walk along the coast. There are toilets halfway at the National Trust cafe. Highly recommend.

wandern
2 months ago

Windy ! Bring your wind shirt ! Gorgeous views of the sea when fair weather.

wandern
sturmholz
3 months ago

wandern
kein schatten
schlammig
3 months ago

wandern
schlammig
überwachsen
3 months ago

Big wide track through the woods in the beginning (a little boring, mostly for mountain bikers) but the pinetum is fantastic!

wandern
3 months ago

Not a lot to see except bracken this time of year. Still a bit of walking and climbing hills did us good.

wandern
kein schatten
4 months ago

This was a lovely walk. Clear directions made it easy to follow. Lots of photo opportunities along the way as the views were excellent. The pub was well placed for a mid-walk lunch. The church was also worth a visit: beautiful ancient building with lots of character. The tea-room wasn’t open on the day of our walk but it would have been a good alternative to the pub. The uphill section was fine if punctuated by occasional pauses. The advice to take the right hand path at the end was good. It rewarded us with the final superb views. For us, the right length of walk, it was most enjoyable.

wandern
4 months ago

Great panoramic views for a long period of time! Fantastic countryside. Recommended.

wandern
kein schatten
steinig
4 months ago

We began our hike (September) in Seaford as recommended by some of the users here. We parked our car for about £2.20 in an outdoor parking lot near Morrison’s Grocery shop, then began our walk by the shore from the Seaford Museum. I highly recommended starting in Seaford because it gets more touristy and crowded towards Eastbourne. There were 2/3 places to eat between Seaford and Eastbourne but all crowded and probably touristy. I’d recommend packing your own lunch. Also, there’s no shade and can get windy so wear sunglasses, hats, and sunscreen. If you can brave the cold English water, wear a bathing suit. Brings lots of water. Also, not many places to use the toilet except for the food venues. We walked all the way to Eastbourne town center (total of ~15miles) and took the 12/12x towards Brighton back to Seaford (£3.40 each). You can also walk half way and take the same bus from the Seven Sisters stop. There’s a beautiful small river there where people paddle board, many sheep are around, and it’s pretty flat.

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