South Downs National Park Walks

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The History Walk

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This is a round walk of 4.8 – 6.5km (3-4 miles) through more than 2000 years of local history with some of the area’s most magnificent scenic views of the Rive Arun and the South Downs, featuring Pulborough's Roman, Normal, Medieval, WWII and commercial history. The walk is all on public footpaths or roads. Allow 2.5 – 3.5 hours.

 

 

 

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The Woodland Walk

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This is a round walk of 11-12km (7-8 miles) through lovely countryside, featuring buildings of historic interest, open gallops, the River Arun and the remains of the Arun/Wey Canal, woodland and coppicing, a famous pub and a Norman Castle. The walk is on public footpaths or roads. Most of the stiles are dog friendly, but please keep to the paths and keep dogs on the lead.

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The Brooks Walk

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This is a round walk of 5.6-8.0km (3.5-5 miles) over Pulborough's historic brooks. Now a Nature Reserve and part of the South Downs National Park, this walk will take you alongside the river Arun with its magnificent views of the South Downs. It features buildings, wildlife and places that have been a part of history since the Roman times. The wak is on public footpaths, or roads. Allow 1.5 - 3.5 hours. Most of the stiles are dog friendly, but please keep to the paths and keep dogs under close control.

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Pulborough WildArt Trail

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Welcome to the Pulborough WildArt trail, which has been created to enthral walkers, ramblers, nature lovers, art lover and families.

This is a 4km approx 2.5 miles walking trail from the RSPB's Nature Reserve at Wiggonholt, accross Pulborough's Wildbrooks, to Lower Street and then on across East Glebe Field to Pulborough Station, via Church Place (or vice versa)

The route is highlighted by 17 specially designed wildlife themed sculptures by renowned Sussex based artist Steve Geliot.  There are also creative way markers and information boards along the route.