Written by Terry Owen, Walks for all Ages East Sussex features 20 circular walks of up to 6 miles, suitable for all the family, that have been carefully chosen to deliver an enjoyable day or half day in the countryside.
Describing the local area at the start of each walk, the author then provides a detailed description of the walk with snippets of information as you go along.
Including Ordnance Survey mapping and superbly priced at just £5.99, Walks for all Ages - 20 Circular Walks in East Sussex is the perfect accompaniment for a stroll in the area.
Walk 01. Alfriston and Berwick
Walk 02. Ashdown Forest South
Walk 03. Barcombe Mills
Walk 04. Battle and beyond
Walk 05. Beachy Head
Walk 06. Burwash and Bateman’s
Walk 07. Chailey
Walk 08. Eridge and Motts Mill
Walk 09. Fairlight & Hastings CP
Walk 10. Herstmonceux
Walk 11. Lewes and The Caburn
Walk 12. Lewes town trail
Walk 13. Poohsticks Bridge
Walk 14. Rottingdean and Ovingdean
Walk 15. Rye and Winchelsea
Walk 16. Seven Sisters Country Park
Walk 17. Southease and Rodmell
Walk 18. Stanmer
Walk 19. Firle and Alciston 6 miles
Walk 20. Wilmington 6 miles
East Sussex has much to offer to anyone willing to explore this beautiful and diverse county, especially those willing to go off the beaten track and walk the countryside. It shares the South Downs National Park with West Sussex and Hampshire, but within its own borders the High Weald, Ashdown Forest, Chailey Common and the Pevensey Levels, as well as the Ouse and Cuckmere valleys, await the walker. Many long-distance footpaths criss-cross the county and the South Downs Way (a National Trail) ends its 100-mile journey from Winchester at Eastbourne.
East Sussex boasts a wealth of ancient castles, stately homes, beautiful gardens, preserved steam railways, nature reserves and picturesque villages and the county town of Lewes offers a wealth of historic interest. The traditional seaside resorts of Brighton, Seaford, Bexhill, Eastbourne and Hastings and their environs dominate much of the coastline.
East Sussex will not disappoint those with the desire to explore on foot the beauty and history of this fascinating county.
Released: June 2014
Publisher: Bradwell Books
Size: 220 x 120mm
Author: Terry Owen