Print this page

Walks from the 121 bus


The 121 bus runs a roughly hourly service during the day Monday to Saturday.  There are no buses on Sundays.  Itt starts from Lewes bus station and runs up the High Street and past the Nevill estate.

For times see www.travelinesoutheast.org.uk

To Blackcap with the Monday Group (Cooksbridge to Lewes)

Blackcap is one of the most attractive hills on the south downs. This route reaches it from Cooksbridge station, using a newly created path. The walk then continues over the Downs to Lewes. The walk features the work of the Monday Group. 5.5miles 8.9km, about 2 hours, a number of stiles, one steep climb.  Can be muddy after periods of rain.

Chailey woods, commons and fields

A delightful circular walk featuring woods (bluebells in spring), commons and farmland based on the Chailey Link walk devised by local people. Slightly undulating. A number of stiles. 6.82miles / 10.97km

The Ian Drury walk

A short walk in memory of Ian Drury,  taking in some North Chailey commons, farmland and woodland with views over the Weald, before or after a visit to a pub or tea room. 4.5 miles, 7.5 km   gently rolling countryside.

Wealden Woodland Wander

A walk through some of the nicest woods in the Low Weald north of Lewe,s together with a walk by the Ouse and a steam railway.  Lots of lovely picnic spots.  Particularly nice at bluebell time, on hot summer days when you want some shade, and in the autumn when the leaves are going brown. 8.71 Km / 5.41 Miles flat or gently undulating.

The Horns Lodge Pub Walk

This walk is designed to be a short introduction to some of the most attractive countryside in the Low Weald.  It is also designed so that you can take the bus from Lewes, do the walk, and get the next bus back, with perhaps a short break in the Horns Lodge if you are lucky. If you miss the bus you can spend the time in the pub, or even stay the night.  The pub is highly recommended if you have the time.