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Really nice walk with a good mix of scenery, the dog loved it! I parked in Tilford and missed out a little bit of the Great Lake, took 2 hours to complete.

hiking
muddy
scramble
21 hours ago

The trail was definitely something new, but it was extremely muddy. Very easy to go the wrong way. Passed a few people on bikes and a couple trail runners.

hiking
muddy
22 hours ago

Beautiful walk! Castles, lavender farm, cute shop, river, muddy trail, horses and donkeys on the way, tea house/ aircraft museum, 10/10 walk. We got to Eynsford station before 10am and had to cut it short as we barely made it back before sunset.

walking
23 hours ago

This was a really enjoyable walk on a very sunny January morning. Lots of beautiful open countryside and plenty of space for the dog to run around. It was muddy due to the recent rain, but nothing a pair of wellies couldn't handle. When you get back to Wellburn we'd highly recommend the 'Four and Twenty Blackbirds' café for a bite to eat. A great way to finish a very enjoyable walk!

Nice varied walk with great views. Lovely canal side stroll which leads on to High Peak Junction. Yes, the hill was steep but well worth it. Black Rocks also promises great views. Thank you All Trails for providing a useful and easy to follow GPS Map. I'm actually a vlogger and recorded this walk if you would like to check it out the link is below. Traveller from Nottingham https://youtu.be/CgJO9SUF7V0

hiking
flooded
muddy
1 day ago

Great trail but pretty muddy so wear good walking shoes. We started pretty late in the day and as it was flooded on the first underpass we only managed to get to Box Hill. But it was still a lovely varied walk with great scenery. Stopped at the Stepping Stone pub for some grub. Will come back in Summer to complete the whole walk.

Excellent walk with Leith Hill as a great stopping point for a cup of tea and a slice of cake. I decide to go on this trail mid January so some of the fields were very muddy, most of the other paths were fine. Lots of great sites, some very quiet sections and some busier sections around the national trust sections. Lots of ups and downs a long the way to keep challenging and pushing you on. Overall a really good walk.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

Some stunning views along the way but an awful lot of dual carriageways and main roads unfortunately.

hiking
1 day ago

Nice walk but beware the dogs (and the dogs owners) at Broadclose Farm, the dogs bite and the owners are not much better

muddy
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

loved every minute of it.

Hard work up to the fort but stunning view from the top

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

Jan 2020 - nice flat walk! A bit muddy and in one part we waded thru ankle deep water but not surprising given the time of year. Wellies were important. I’m sure during the spring it is really beautiful with the flowers. Parking was easy and we stopped for a coffee at the garden centre (2/3 way thru?) and a pint at the pub right at the end. DOG went with us - lots of off-lead with a few road crossings and one field with animals.

The perfect trail! Some steep but short climbs in parts but nothing too strenuous. The waterfall is beautiful but does get busy with walking groups! Loads of animals along the way and really picturesque. There’s a nice pub ten minutes before the end of the trail too called the knights table. Can’t wait to do this one again!

muddy
1 day ago

great walk. I wouldn't get your hopes up about the moated manor, it's seen better days

A good loop with a couple of moderate climbs and descents, surprisingly not as muddy as we had expected it to be. We walked the route anti clockwise. Our dog could be off lead most of the time - the only time he went on lead was through Mickleham but that was only for 5 mins.

hiking
1 day ago

Lovely short walk with great views

hiking
bridge out
muddy
off trail
1 day ago

Stick to the black dotted lines unless in wellies. It's quite boggy in areas. Plus crossing the water you have to find a solid piece of metal just a but further up

Really fun walk, very muddy but in the right footwear you are fine, up and down with elevation and lovely views to be seen on a nice crisp day!

mountain biking
muddy
off trail
1 day ago

hiking
flooded
muddy
1 day ago

Great trail - really enjoyed it. It was very flooded in parts due to recent weather so we had to wade through deep water in parts of it but part of the adventure. Nice parts along the canal and then ending in fields and farmland.

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