How to get here

By train

Brighton train station 6 miles. A train ticket gets you a '2-for-1' offer on adult single and return tickets on the 77 service bus to Devil's Dyke. Just show the bus driver your valid train ticket

By road

Devil's Dyke car park is 2 miles north of A27 Brighton ring road, and just off A281

By foot

Devil's Dyke lies on the South Downs Way, a popular 100 mile long National Trail running from Winchester to Eastbourne. A variety of other footpaths lead to Devil's Dyke from all directions: Brighton 5 miles, local villages Fulking and Poynings both 1 mile

By bus

The 77 bus travels up to Devil's Dyke from the centre of Brighton, passing the pier and train station. In high summer most journeys are on open-top buses. The bus runs every day in summer, weekends and Bank Holidays in spring and autumn, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays in winter (except Christmas Day). Each paying adult can take two children on this bus for free. A bus leaflet called 'Breeze up to the Dyke' is available. For more info, check Brighton and Hove Buses. A regular bus service 17 runs between Brighton and Poynings, from where it is a pleasant 25 minute uphill walk to Devil's Dyke. For enquiries and general journey planning, go to the Traveline website or call 01273 292480

By cycle

The South Downs Way is suitable for off-road cycling, involving some rough ground, ascent and descent. The disused railway line cycle path runs from Hangleton near Hove to Devil's Dyke, it offers about 4 miles of family-friendly cycling on a paved path up gentle slopes, part of NCN route 20, Brighton to Crawley. There are a variety of other bridleways and cycle paths north and south of the area

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