Walks of South East England

Seven Sisters Cliffs
The Seven Sisters

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Walk Miles Description
Carisbrooke Castle 1.7 An Isle of Wight stroll from Carisbrooke village to the hilltop castle.
Hambledon and Hydon's Ball 2.1 A short walk through woods and fields to the top of a lovely hill.
Ashurst and Churchplace Inclosure 2.6 A stroll through William the Conqueror's hunting grounds in the New Forest.
Ditchling, Westmeston and Ditchling Beacon 3.9 From Ditchling to the top of the South Downs and back.
Friday Street, Leith Hill and Wotton Common 4.5 From a tranquil lake to the highest point in south-east England.
Ripley, River Wey, Wisley Gardens and Walsham Lock 4.8 A walk in gentle countryside threaded by streams.
Silent Pool, Gomshall and Shere 5.0 A downland walk from a tranquil lake to a couple of pretty villages.
Patching and Wepham Wood 5.8 A woodland walk in West Sussex countryside near Arundel.
Jevington, Lullington Heath National Nature Reserve and Litlington 5.9 A hilltop walk across the ridges and along the valleys of the South Downs.
Shipbourne, Ightham Mote, Stone Street and Godden Green 8.2 A Garden of England walk through secluded woodlands and orchards.
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