Slindon and Nore Hill Walk

MODERATE 4 reviews
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Slindon and Nore Hill Walk is a 6.3 kilometer loop trail located near Slindon, West Sussex, England that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and bird watching.

Distance: 6.3 km Elevation Gain: 263 m Route Type: Loop

kid friendly



bird watching



wild flowers


pub walk

A circular walk from the downland village of Slindon in West Sussex. Nestling in the foothills of the South Downs, Slindon is charming and unspoilt, its brick and flint houses surrounded by beech woods, farms and open downland. The walking route heads north through the village to reach Nore Hill, with its beautiful woodland and impressive folly. There are bluebells to enjoy in the Spring, plenty of wildlife and great views out to the south coast. The Forge, the community cafe and shop, provides the perfect place for refreshments before or after your walk. The walk follows a mixture of village pavements and woodland/farm tracks, the latter of which can be quite muddy after periods of rain. The route includes several climbs and descents throughout. There are no stiles or gates to negotiate. A couple of sections follow the edge of quiet roads so take care of any traffic. Approximate time 1.5 to 2 hours.

3 months ago

walked on 22 Oct 2019 weather was glorious. on reaching the folly found it to be teeming with ladybirds perhaps they were making the most of the sunshine. tea and a slice of cake to round off the walk. What a lovely place Slindon is and intend to return regularly, want to explore Northwood area and its wartime history.

5 months ago