Walks information on other websites

Natural England – country walks
Information about walks in East Sussex from Natural England.

Wild Rye
Discover the wetland wildlife of East Sussex in different habitats beside the sea including shingle, saltmarsh, sand dunes, rivers, pits, grazing marsh, reedbeds and farmland. Full of wildlife for you to discover.

Sussex Pathfinders
An independent club of nearly 200 local people who share a common interest in walking for pleasure in the Sussex countryside

Lewes Footpaths Group
A Lewes-based walking group that arranges a regular programme of walks, social events, coach outings and holidays for members.

The Argus – walks guide
Maps and clear directions to a large number of walks in East and West Sussex

Brighton & Hove Ramblers
Brighton & Hove Ramblers is a part of the national Ramblers’ Association which exists to protect public rights of way and promote walking in the countryside.

Footprints of Sussex
Walking holidays, routes and clubs in West Sussex.

Walking in Sussex
Books, leaflets, maps and weather forecasts for country walks in Sussex.

South Downs Way
Stretching from Winchester to Eastbourne, the 160 kilometre long South Downs Way follows old routes and droveways along the chalk escarpment and ridges of the South Downs.

Walks in 1066 country
Country walks within 20 minutes drive of Hastings.

National Trails
National Trails are long distance routes for walking, cycling and horse riding through the finest landscapes in England and Wales. The South Downs Way is a national trail.

Walking in England
Thousands of free walks in England, to download.

Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
The website of the National Association for Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (NAAONB).

Discovering Fossils
Join an organised fossil hunt on East Sussex beaches.

West Sussex County Council
Walking routes and guided walks in West Sussex.

Walking and Hiking
Tips and advice for both new and experienced walkers, including health, equipment, groups and holidays.

Countryside Code
Find out how following the Countryside Code can help you enjoy and protect the countryside now and in the future.

High Weald Landscape Trail
A 145km (90 mile) route that meanders through the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty from east to west, linking ridge-top villages and historic gardens for which the area is famous.

Eastbourne Rambling Club
The Club aims to encourage greater knowledge, care and love of the countryside, to secure and preserve rights of way within its area and to facilitiate social and international friendship.