The stunning South Downs National Park is a wonderful hiking destination, boasting hundreds of miles of walking trails passing through some of the region’s finest landscapes. With lush rolling hills, dramatic cliffs and ethereal woodland, this beautiful corner of southeast England offers tremendous variety for hikers. You can expect to see a whole range of historic and cultural attractions along the way; from Bronze Age hill forts to medieval churches, and plenty of picturesque villages and country pubs! This magnificent national park is the perfect place for a walk. To see some beautiful photographs of our local National Park, please visit the Image Gallery. Pictures taken by and published with the permission of Mr Richard Campbell.
If you’re looking for a little inspiration for your next hike, take a look at this list of some of the most breath-taking walks in the South Downs.