With the cooler weather drawing in, there’s no better time to experience Sussex in its autumnal glory as leaves turn orange and crunch underneath your walking boots. Whether you’re a seasoned walker or just prefer a light stroll, it’s time to wrap up and experience some of the best walks in Sussex – why not reward yourself with a visit to Bolney after!
The Bolney Stage and Wykehurst Park Circular
There are plenty of Bolney walks but this is the perfect trail for dog walking and suited to all levels. Explore the beautiful hills and valleys and take in the breath-taking views around you on this scenic route. If you take a small detour you’ll wind up at our Estate, where will be waiting with a glass of bubbly to refuel you for the next part of your walk. Just to let you know, good waterproof boots are recommended as this route can get slightly uneven and muddy in places.FIND OUT MORE
Balcombe and Ardingly Reservoir Circular
One of the most photogenic parts of Sussex is the famous Balcombe Viaduct, offering a dramatic view with plenty of interesting sights and wildlife along the way. Discover the picturesque lake and stunning greenery on this moderate route, again, walking boots are recommended.FIND OUT MORE
Described by the National Trust as “a book that you can’t put down,” the stunning woodland of Slindon makes for a wonderful autumnal walk. With 25-miles of public footpaths, there is so much to explore here. For a varied experience of Slindon, take a moderate stroll around Nore Hill Folly from The George Inn at Eartham.
Located near Chichester, this short walk is bustling with history and scenic views. Not to mention an abundance of wildlife and nature surrounds, with the reward of the Grade 2 listed Halnaker Mill at the top of the hill and a fine view of the coast.FIND OUT MORE