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Other walks in Sussex

These are walks that do not fit into any other sections.  They are all accessible by publc transport from Lewes (or anywhere else)

Secret Lanes of Lower Dicker.

5.5miles 8.9km Beautiful secret lanes, level walking, quiet fields, lovely undiscovered woodland and a link with the second world war Normandy landings. A secret waiting to be discovered. One part that may be a little overgrown, but there is an alternative.

Chiddlingly, Picasso and Rum Doings in the Low Weald

Woodlands, fields, art and history and an introduction to the issues of keeping footpaths open. 7 miles, 10 km, gentle, slightly undulating countryside.

Marching to Battle

A lovely varied walk through Wealden woods and hills, using the London to Hastings Railway and ending at famous Battle.  It starts at Robertsbridge Station, which may seem a long way from Lewes, but if you consult Travel Line South East to get a good connection, you can be there in little more than an hour. 7.4 miles/12km.  Rolling hills and a couple of moderately steep climbs

To Littlehampton!

A countryside and seaside adventure for adults and energetic children with varied things to see and do. - and some reminders about why we need to fight for a coastal path. The walk can be shortened from its full length of about 6 and a half miles.