Things to see and do at Devil's Dyke

A view through the spectacular Devil’s Dyke towards Newtimber Hill, with chalk downland and distant views to the Weald.

With its stunning panoramic views, Devil’s Dyke is a fantastic spot to run around, let off steam, explore the countryside and celebrate the great outdoors. What adventures will you have on a visit to us?

Walking

Devil's Dyke may be famous for stunning views, but just five minutes from the car park you will find the deepest and widest dry valley in Britain. Everywhere you walk history surrounds you, from Iron Age forts to Victorian funfairs. So, after you have taken in the view go and explore Sussex's most iconic hill.

 
Looking north over the field systems of the Weald from Devil’s Dyke
Distant views over field systems at Devil's Dyke with trees and scrub framing left and right.

Cycling

A network of bridleways criss-cross the Devil's Dyke estate and offer great cycling for both novice riders and the more experienced mountain-bikers.

 

50 things to do before you're 11¾

Are you up for our 50 things to do before you're 11¾ challenge? There are loads of things to tick off your list at Devil's Dyke. To start, find a geocache or climb a huge hill - but we reckon you can tick off at least another 28 things here.

 
Get stuck in to lots of 50 things during our wild camp
Boy running with ball at campsite as part of 50 Things Campaign

Hang gliding

Devil's Dyke is one of Europe's finest sites for paragliding and hang gliding. For those who would rather keep both feet firmly on the ground, the sight of the gliders soaring above is spectacular.

 

Kite flying

Don't miss out on perfect place for kite flying with the family. Walk five minutes from the carpark and you will find plenty of space to launch your kite up, up and away.