Public Walks

Guided Walks & Strolls

We are pleased to announce that non-members can once again take part in some ‘tasters’ from our Guided Walks & Strolls Programme including those public walks listed below.

If you would like to join one of these please CONTACT THE OFFICE for full details and to book a place.

If you would like to become a member and have the opportunity to take part in further walks please click on the JOIN US button above.


18 Holes – Eastbourne Downs Golf Club Circular, 7 miles
Monday 8 April 10:00am – 1:00pm
Start: East Dean Golf Club CP, BN20 8ES
Ref: OL25 / TV586990
Route: Downland walking with long views. Golf club to SDW, Wealdway, Willingdon Hill, East Dean, Ringwood Farm. Lunch (Golf Club café) at end of stroll.
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Washington Loop, 5 miles
Friday 10 May 10:00am – 12:30pm
Start: Washington Bostal, SDW CP RH20 4AZ
Ref: OL10 / TQ120120
Washington, Sullington Manor Farm, Sullington Hill, SDW, Highden Hill

East Meon Valley and Winchester Hill, 5 miles
Friday 28 June 10:00am – 1:00pm
Start: Church Lane, Exton, nr. junction with A32, north of Exton SO32 3NU
Ref: OL3 / SU617212
Route: Stroll through along the old Meon valley Railway line, then climb to Winchester Hill via Monarch’s Way. Back via SDW. One short steep ascent. Time to explore the Hill Fort and nature reserve on top of the hill. Pub (Shoe Inn) at end of stroll.
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Dogs welcome, I will be bringing my Border Collie along

Self-Guided Walks

We are pleased to be able to offer a selection of self-guided walks which you can enjoy on your own or with friends.

For each walk we provide a download including a map, description and images to help you find your way.

Before going on one of these walks please read our General Guidance for Walkers which can be found can be found HERE.


Angmering Circuit | Circular Walk | 6½m

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This walk takes in woodland, scrub, downland and agricultural landscapes. There are some excellent views and a range of seasonal wildlife. There are also a range of archaeological features and stunning 360 degree views in the North East section. There are several seats and view points over a steep downland slope across to the top of the escarpment and the South Downs Way. Below you the buildings at Lower Barpham Farm are evident and the adjoining field has some historic earthworks, all that remains of a Deserted Mediaeval Village (DMV), presumably Lower Barpham.


Chanctonbury Ring to Cissbury Ring | Linear Walk | 10½m

This exhilarating walk follows high routes across the Downs, visiting the two historical sites of Chanctonbury Ring & Cissbury Ring, and provides excellent views in all directions.