Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in East Sussex with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Nice walk, super muddy, lots of moo moos

over grown
2 months ago

The walk was lovely.. You just have to pay attention to turns as not signed properly..

no shade
3 months ago

Good size trail for 2-3 hours. First half along the coast - great views, second half - walk through fields, nothing really to look at. Well marked.

3 months ago

Great all rounder with a section of South downs with great views

Great Sunday walk, and a lovely pub at the end!

This is a great walk if you like a bit of solitude as it seems like not many people uses the majority of this trail. Great views from the top of the Downs and fun crossings of vast corn fields.

Enjoyed this walk. Not an easy route having inclines and a few confusing points. Only thing I wish we’d checked was train times. Having got to Crowhurst had to wait an hour for a train to get home. Better planning on my part.

over grown
4 months ago

Nice trail but not super well marked. Lost the way on the northern half (between Etchingham and Bodiam) and had to wander to find my way. Beautiful way through the English countryside and the Castle at the halfway point is a real treat.

5 months ago

Nice walk in great weather. Camber castle isn't much to look at in July. We took our dog on an extendable lead which would have been okay but the sheep weren't happy about it and they were there for 95% of the walk.

Stunning views.

Lots of ups, downs, steps and beautiful views! Open and shaded areas and the nudie beach is en route too! Access to the Old Town despite signs saying the route is closed due to landslides.

Hilly walk, but you get rewarded with some nice views (and of Devil's Dyke). Quite windy today.

Great walk, however we found the directions confusing at times. Could benefit from more detail, such as explicit distances between instructions. ADMIN RESPONSE: Remember to use the App's live GPS map to guide you if you are ever unsure of the directions.

7 months ago

Beautiful views across the English Channel.

Lovely walk with some great views. Mostly on one level so easy for beginners. The post on page 6 has fallen down, we tried to put it back up but there was no hope! Also, It is more of a u-turn than a ‘sharp right’ after the castle, so the fence will be on your left as you follow it back round.

Nice walk...views, wild animals and farm, for fields and wild flowers

Sun Oct 21 2018

Brighton (especially the seafront!) is a gorgeous place. There is plenty to do there, but the best time is to be had close to the water.

Dogs on lead from April to end of Sept for most of the walk due to nature reserve rules. Pleasant enough walk through woodland and heathland but we found it a little uninteresting apart from rock formations. Would have got lost without the GPS map as directions are not clear at times.

Nice walk a bit confusing when leaving the castle as no stile and quite a lot of new fences. Good walk could do with being updated. Doug.

Fantastic walk. Will return with my kids.

Instructions a little confusing at the beginning. A great walk, a great castle and a great bird hide. Can't be many castles that you don't have to climb a hill to get to!

Fantastic, quiet woodland walk, I started in the nature reserve car park, so avoided all the road sections. Will be adding this as a firm favourite.

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