South Downs is a good place to go cycling, there was many beautiful cottages, farms and pastures on the way and there are hills only in the very South.
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If you’re a first-time visitor, inquisitive, enjoy walking and the Great Outdoors make for Blackdown, at 960’ the highest point in West Sussex and the South Downs National Park. There is an easy walk from the car park to the Temple of the Winds. The...More
Winds roll over the tops of the high hills like waves crashing into bike riders which makes for some high energy riding on open planes. The setup for day trips from London is very good as bikes can be rented at Hassocks station with planned...More
This is the newest addition to the National Parks suberb area with fantastic views stunning part of the country with the limestone cliffs Seven Sisters etc. Truly beautiful
A comparatively new National Park, this extensive area is superb for walking and exploring the South Downs. Highly recommended with some fantastic views en route!
Although it was cold and raining, our hike was beautiful nonetheless. We explored the hills, you can walk through a field of sheep. Then the walk to the ocean with views of the limestone cliffs, stunning even when we were soaked :) a must do...More
Haslemere is an excellent 'Gateway' to The South Downs National Park. Travelled by train from Reading and walked from the station following the signposted route for the Serpent Trail. It was useful that the route from the station went through Haslemere town centre as we...More
rolling hills - beautiful views and walks - great that it is protected. extends close to many interesting towns and villages. All year round a great destination.
Really enjoyed mountain biking on the downs. Weather fantastic, views even better. Everyone we met said hello. Definitely worth making the effor.
The South Down National park is extensive - it is a lovely area and the views down to the sea are spectacular. A truly lovely place to take a walk and admire this lovely area.