Horsham Round

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Start: Horsham Town Hall
Grid Ref: TQ173304
Distance: 28 miles (45 km)
 
Climbing: 568 metres
Walk time: 11-14 hours
Days: 2-3

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Horsham Round is a circular route which goes around the outskirts of and countryside local to the town of Horsham in West Sussex. The route which was originally created by Horsham Joggers in 1994 as a running challenge event for its members is now as popular with leisure and long distance walkers as it is with the more urgent running combatants. The route passes through undulating High Weald countryside, offers views to the Surrey Hills and Sussex Downs and takes in short sections of the Sussex Border Path, High Weald Landscape Trail, West Sussex Literary Trail and Downs Link. Locations visited on the route when taken on an anti-clockwise course include Amiesmill Bridge, Bull's Farm, Home Wood, Finche's Wood, Bushey Copse, Mannings Heath, Coalhurst Wood, Greenbroom Hill, Knights Strength, Roffey Park, Holbrook, Gunbarn Crossing, Mayes Lane, Monks Lane, Rowhook, Slinfold, Itchingfield, Southwater Street and Denne Park.

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