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trails in the West Sussex area.
From Church Lane, Barnham to Hoe Lane,
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3.3 mile off-road route substituting road route of 6.2 miles.
Shared-path route for those commuting to school, college and work providing cycle and pedestrian link between Bognor Regis and Felpham, and Barnham and Chichester.
Offers great access to countryside for those who want to walk or cycle for pleasure and exercise, away from traffic congestion and pollution.
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From Sea Road, Felpham to Gloucester Road,
0.6 mile shared-use pedestrian and cycle seafront route.
Contains existing slipways which can be used to access the promenade. There are signs along route and ridged paving at both ends.
Forms part of the National Cycle Network Route 2 (NCN2).
We worked in partnership with Arun District Council to develop this scheme and lift existing by-laws which previously prohibited cycling along the seafront.
From Westgate, Chichester to West
5 mile linear route following part of the Chichester to Midhurst railway.
For walkers and cyclists, route is mostly flat or slightly hilly. Southern section tarmacked to north of Lavant. Lavant to Binderton is compacted stone, and Binderton to West Dean is tarmacked cycle path running alongside A286.
Along this beautiful route are old railway tunnels, sites of archaeological significance and man-made sculptures.
Route connects with South Coast Cycle Route at Fishborne. Northwards, route continues to West Dean House and Gardens and Weald and Downland Open Air Museum at Singleton.
From Shoreham to
Completed in 2007, this route forms the last part of an almost traffic-free cycle path between Brighton and Worthing along the coast.
The route has a wonderful picturesque backdrop of the South Downs and takes you past Widewater Lagoon Local Nature Reserve and the Lancing Sailing Club on the way to Worthing. This route completely avoids the busy A259.
The path is also used by pedestrians.
Linking North Downs Way at St Martha's Hill,
Surrey with the South Downs Way near
The Downs Link route is a 37 mile waymarked level route, open to walkers, horse riders and cyclists. It links the North Downs Way at St Martha's Hill, Surrey with the South Downs Way near Steyning.
We have a dedicated page for the Downs Link which provides much more detail on this route.
From Vale Drive, Findon Valley to
Offington Drive, Worthing.
Shared-use path for pedestrians and cyclists running alongside A24.
To get to Worthing town centre, cyclists can rejoin the road at Offington Drive and follow signed cycle route along quieter roads.
There is a crossing near the juntion of Hillview Rise which allows pedestrians and cyclists to safely cross the busy A24.
The cycle path was developed as part of the Worthing Cycle Network included in the West Sussex Transport Plan 2006-2016.
The Itchenor to
Bosham cycle path is a 23km circular
The route goes from Bosham, past Fishbourne, Apuldram, Dell Quay, around Chichester Marina, through Birdham and Shipton Green to West Itchenor where you can take the seasonal ferry across the water to get back to Bosham again.
From Chichester city centre to Pagham
26km on- and off-road cycle path suitable for all the family.
Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve is a very important site as many different species of wildlife, plants and animals inhabit it. In particular it offers a home to many different types of birds and is a great place to bird-watch all year round.
From Chichester to West
11 mile route which winds its way from Chichester, through Apuldram, past Dell Quay, around Chichester Marina and goes towards Birdham and Shipton Green before ending at the village of West Wittering with its lovely sandy beach.
From Winchester, Hampshire to
Eastbourne, East Sussex.
A linear route of 101 miles cutting across the classic British scenery of the South Downs through West Sussex.
We have a dedicated page for the South Downs Way which provides much more detail on this route.
From Three Bridges to East
A 7 mile route following a disused railway line through classic High Weald scenery. Links with the Forest Way.
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Includes a 23 mile circular route from Chichester, through
Saltern's Way, then back via Bill Way (route 88) to Chichester and
routes providing access to Chichester and Pagham harbours.
Steyning, Bramber and Upper Beeding
Map of West Sussex area showing location of many of the routes
mentioned above, plus other Sustrans routes, including:
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