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Walks

Never been on one of our walks?
Then why not come along. There's no need to arrange anything in advance and absolutely nothing to pay, just turn up on the day and enjoy the walk (if it's an all-day walk be sure to bring some lunch and a drink). If you'd like to walk with us regularly, you'll be welcome to join our Club — for an annual membership subscription of £8 (see full subscription details) you'll get full details of all our walks, together with our Newsletters and the opportunity to join in various social events.

For more details of any of these walks please ring 07842 792962.

Please note, unfortunately we do not allow dogs (other than guide dogs) on our walks.

The times given for the walks are the times that we plan to leave the meeting point and start walking. You should arrive at the meeting point about ten minutes earlier to allow time for putting on boots etc.

This panel will show any updates to the details of the walks which are listed further down on this page. Although changes to these details are rare, they can sometimes happen due to unforeseen circumstances. Please check back here as late as possible for any last-minute announcements.

Here are our forthcoming walks

Please always check the panel above for any updates which may apply to the walk details given below.

You can see a map showing the location of all our walks on this page.

Finding our walks

To get links for directions to our walks from a given postcode, enter your postcode below and click one of the "Set postcode" buttons.







*Saves your postcode on this computer for future use. NB It is not recommended to save your postcode if you are using a public computer. Clicking the "Set postcode do not save" button will clear any postcode you have previously saved.

Directions are provided by Google maps. You can vary the suggested route by dragging it onto other roads. Even if you don't need directions, this service can be useful to see how long the journey will take. It will also show where there's heavy traffic and other incidents that may affect your journey (best to check just before you start out).

To view a map showing the start point of the walk at the centre, just click on one of the links given for that walk — go to the Streetmap page or Google Maps page according to your preference. The locations given when using these links are more precise than the 6-figure grid references given for the walks.

The Streetmap link will give you an Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 map with which you will no doubt be familiar as a walker. Zoom in to see a street map in built-up areas.

Google Maps will give you a satellite view and also show bus stops. To get directions, click on the "Get directions" button (near the upper-left corner of the Google Maps page). It's easy to drag the displayed route onto alternative roads if you wish to investigate different route options. Google Maps provide Street View in most areas (drag the 'yellow man', which you see near the top-left corner of the map, to the road you want to see), so you can see what the approach to the car park will look like when you get there. In Street View you can move along the road and rotate the view.

If you use satellite navigation in your car you may be able to use the lat/long coordinates given for your destination. If you do this, please note that the lat/long will often indicate a point which is not on a public highway, so care may be needed on the final stages of your journey. The link to Google Maps uses exactly the same lat/long as the one provided for the walk and hence provides confirmation of precisely where this is.

You may require a postcode for your satnav, but unfortunately it is not practical to provide postcodes here since many of our meeting points are away from built-up areas and do not have a postcode, consequently the best postcode for your use will depend upon the direction you are coming from. So here's how you can find a postcode for yourself. Use the Streetmap link provided for the walk and below the displayed map there is a link 'Click here to convert coordinates' which you should use. Having obtained a postcode, it's advisable (particularly away from built-up areas) to then use Streetmap again to show this postcode on a map. Often it is close to the starting point, but in some rural areas it can be a significant distance away, sometimes along a different country lane. You have been warned!

Please be aware that Sussex Pathfinders cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of information provided by external websites.