With some of the most beautiful countryside in England, West
Sussex is one of the most wooded counties in the country. Eighty
percent of the county is rural and over 50% of it is
designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Whether you want
a stroll by the sea, a wander in the woods or a hike over the
Downs, there are plenty of routes to explore.
Use the links below to discover walks across West Sussex.
Information about the High Weald Landscape Trail, a 90 mile (145km) way marked route, which crosses the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) between Horsham in the west and Rye in the east.
Managed by Chichester Harbour Conservancy, this 11 mile (18km) route, much of which is suitable for both cyclists and horseriders, is between Chichester and West Wittering. This link will take you to the Harbour Conservancy website.
Opened in Horsham in April 2007, this linear 55 mile (88km) route links Horsham, in the north-east corner of West Sussex, with the cathedral city of Chichester.
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