Arun Way

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Start: Littlehampton
Distance: 23 miles (36 km)
Grid Ref: TQ024021
 
Climbing: 274 metres
Walk time: 8-12 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Arun Way is a walking route along the Lower Arun Valley through a varied landscape of beach, remote villages, riverside meadows and the South Downs. From the start of the Arun Way in Littlehampton the walk travels along the south coast for a short distance to Atherington and then heads north on a general course following the river Arun upstream to Pulborough via Climping, Tortington, Arundel, Burpham, South Stoke, North Stoke, Amberley, Amberley Wild Brooks, Waltham Brooks Nature Reserve, Coldwaltham, Hardham Church and Stopham Bridge. During its course the Arun Way crosses the South Downs Way National Trail just south of Amberley and the Monarch's Way at Arundel. The route is partly coincident with the Wey-South Path between Amberley Station and Pulborough.


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