Seaford to Eastbourne is a 13.7 mile point-to-point trail located near Seaford, East Sussex, England that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.

Length13.7 miElevation gain1,863 ftRoute typePoint to point
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This route is accessible from Seaford train station

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Tha Bell
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HikingGreat!MuddyNo shade

As soon as it rained, got very muddy. Great walk! Recommended! Taking hiking poles!

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Umair Rahman
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claire Cooper
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Egor Fedorov
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Egor Fedorov
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Lauren Pleydell-Pearce
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Walking

Super windy on the day we went but still amazing.

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Mark Rigg
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HikingGreat!

I loved this walk. Parts of it was pretty hard, but it was amazing. I would highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys long walks and hiking.

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Sven Thomas
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Paula Alves
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Amazing!!! A bit difficult for newbies in hiking but doable. The views are of course breathtaking and the weather was very good, which was a plus, so make sure to check the forecast before going! Make sure you don’t miss the seaside path when approach Eastbourne, as there are many trials and it can be confusing.

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Dawei Long
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Jiyue Wang
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Hannah B
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HikingGreat!No shade

Love this trail! Got a good work out from it. It took us 5 hours with a generous lunch break. Perfect day trip from London to escape the city. At times it felt quite crowded. Sound travels really well, so sometimes it felt like people were right behind you.

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Coralie Seu
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HikingGreat!

Amazing hike! Took us 5h (including 30min lunchbreak) Good to know: - Quite steep (more challenging than expected :) ). None of the route is flat. - No tree, so no shadow along the hike.

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Kath Wells
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HikingNo shade

I am a bit rusty with my hiking so I found going up all the hills hard work on such a hot day. my tip would be to take more water at least 2 litres for between Seaford and the next place for refreshments at Birling Gap. It is beautiful though and am proud of myself. It took for a rusty walker like me about 6 hours with a few short breaks from the start at Seaford beach to The Kiosk at the bottom of the hill in Eastbourne

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Domenico Erri
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Ceris Clarke
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Beautiful. A lot of up and down. Very busy today

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Phil McArdle
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HikingGreat!No shade

Phenomenal! First morning train to Seaford, got to the beach by the trailhead at 7 am. This hike was the preferred west to east for the “best views,” though western views are photogenic too. Lots of rabbits early on. I timed my trip to cross the Cuckmere at low tide (changed to reef shoes) to avoid hiking inland to the bridge; barely ankle deep. Caution: rabbit holes are everywhere including close to the cliff edge, enough to turn an ankle or pitch you over the edge. And I’ve learned from previous hikes the chalk is extremely slippery and sticky when wet; this was a dry day though thin overcast for the first half. Lots of wildflowers throughout, almost tame finches at the National Trust facilities. Also a nice side trip into East Dean would be the Tiger Inn, though didn't do this time. FOLLOWUP: Did Eastbourne train terminus to the Cuckmere and back a couple weeks later - stopped at the Beachy Head Inn on the return and while enjoying a meal and a pint, got to watch a couple of Spitfires making the south coast run.

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Nicola De Lisio
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HikingGreat!

Great hiking route with very scenic views. If the tide's low, you can cross the Cuckmere river by foot and save almost one hour avoiding the diversion through the bridge.

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Sonny Williams
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Abigail Conejos
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Hiking

This hike was simply lovely. It's also relatively easy. The sceneries are absolutely amazing. We the hike for a total of 6 hours with ample time for breaks. It's also totally safe to do solo hiking.

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Mehdi Ghouraib
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James rosato
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Great Hike! One of the highlights on my trip to London last year.

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Javi Sánchez Planelles
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HikingNo shade

Beautiful views of the sea. Loads of ups and down. It’s usually pretty windy so be prepared for it. Overall very nice.

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Alizée De las Cruces
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Great trail with Incredible views! Make sure to bring a hat and sunscreen :)

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Carmen Chipaila
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Wonderful walk with breathtaking views. Definitely recommend.

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Julie Kiefer
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Hiking

Great walk really enjoyed it. Very windy at the moment. The view is stunning all the way

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