East and West Sussex offer a fascinating and beautiful choice of landscapes in which to walk, each full of associations with English history to add interest along the way. There are rual lanes and secluded woodland paths to explore and the opportunity to walk through some of the historic towns and villages in this beautiful part of the country. On foot you get the chance to see nature at its finest or take in the rich detail of our heritage. There is the added health benefits to walking in addition to the simple pleasures of being out in the open with your family or a group of old or new friends. So if its a family outing, a walking group, a gentle stroll or a walking challenge you are looking for, it is all here in Sussex.
Mid Sussex has many excellent walks. Much of the northern part of the district is in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty whilst the southern most part is in the South Downs National Park, including famous landmarks, the Jack and Jill windmills and Devil’s Dyke. The High Weald offers classic English countryside, and there are several botanically rich gardens in the region – Nymans, Wakehurst Place, Borde Hill and High Beeches. In our beautiful country. there are many breathtaking coastal walks, the wonderful sites of 1066 country and ancient woodlands to explore. On this section of our site, we have provided information and links to various walks and walking clubs in Sussex to meet the needs of walkers of all ages and abilities. We hope you enjoy exploring the beautiful Sussex countryside!