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Cissbury Ring
Ranked #1 of 2 things to do in Findon
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Reviewed 11 January 2013

Did a half way family meet and walked the dog. The sun was shining on the sea and the views were great. The steepest bit of the walk was easy enough and there are plenty of paths to explore. Nice was to work up an appetite for lunch at the Gun pub in Findon.

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Reviewed 3 September 2012

Bring your hiking/ walking shoes and a little bit of time. It was pouring rain the day we were there and we made a decision to view it from the parking lot. I would suggest reading the interesting history of the largest hill fort in Sussex, dating back over 5,000 years.

We were glad to see it was being maintained and could be used by locals and tourists with no fees. One review referred to the use of walking paths by dog owner's. I was sorry to here they didn't clean up after their pets but as a dog owner who enjoys long walks this is a beautiful and lovely area to enjoy together.

The location is just minutes north of the coastal town of Worthing and wooden signs are posted along the roadway. Nearby Findon was a great spot to have a cup of tea and sandwich: The Village Shop.

2  Thank Sue B
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Reviewed 7 August 2012

A wonderful historic site that has been in use for thousands of years. It is an iron age hill fort and the site of an ancient flint mine with panoramic views of the surrounding Sussex countryside. On our visit we were thrilled to see abundant wild flowers including orchids, butterflies and some yellowhammers (on the RSPB red list) The only downer was the fact that it was popular with selfish dog owners, many of whom had not bothered to clear up after their pets.

3  Thank Sarah G
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Reviewed 27 July 2014
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