Twenty five circular trails range from five to ten miles long around some of the most unspoilt and spectacular scenery in England on waymarked public footpaths, bridleways, old coach roads and an occasional tarmac lane.
Walks on the South Downs
Most routes feature a particular landmark, viewpoint, monument or preserved antiquity, touching the more familiar long distance trails in passing, but creating new viewpoints for the present from some perspectives of the past.
About the Author
Louise Schweitzer , who lives between the sea and the South Downs, has been walking on the South Downs for over 50 years. Here she shares her enthusiasm for a precious wilderness in the most crowded and over populated part of South East England.
Distance: 5 to 10 miles