Wonderful walking at Birling Gap

Step out and enjoy big skies and coastal landscapes throughout the year. Spectacular views of the Seven Sisters make for a wonderful family wander, and if you feel like a longer stroll, join the South Downs Way over the Seven Sisters hills to really stretch your legs. For a more secluded walk, venture inland at Birling Gap or Crowlink and enjoy searching for signs of wildlife. A perfect spot to enjoy big skies, seascapes, changing colours and quiet walks, and then enjoy a hot drink in our cafe and take a look at our fantastic shop.

Seven Sisters sea view, Sussex

Bounding up to Belle Tout

Take a wander up Lookout Hill to Mad Jack Fuller's folly and enjoy some breathtaking sea and downland views.

A view from flag staff looking back towards Belle Tout

Cliff Top Walk from Birling Gap to Exceat

Follow the Seven Sisters and find the meanders of the River Cuckmere.

The historic Tiger Inn, East Sussex

Birling Gap walk from the Tiger Inn

This circular walk allows you to enjoy great views over the downs and Easy Sussex coast and feel a sense of the landscape's long history.

A common blue butterfly rests on top of a yellow bird's foot trefoil wildflower.

Between the South Downs and the sea walk

With so much wildlife and archaeology to see along the way, there really is something for everyone on this moderately challenging walk between the South Downs and the sea.

Three people walk along the top of the magnificent Seven Sisters cliffs with distant views behind of sea , horizon, Birling Gap coastguard cottages and Belle tout lighthouse

Discovering Gayles Farm

Stride out on a walk across this iconic landscape, walking in the steps of our ancestors as you discover the fascinating history, wildlife and archaeology of this coastal site.