Breathe in the late summer air in some of West Sussex's finest countryside. These downloadable walking trails take in butterflies and wildflowers, lanes and hilltops in the South Downs, open parkland and coastal paths.
Enjoy a three mile walk through the 700 acres of parkland sculpted by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, with breath taking views over the park to distant hills towards the South Downs.
If having a pint and a pub lunch sounds good, why not add to the occasion and try one of our short beer mat walks on the South Downs?
Exploring Nymans gardens can be complemented by a walk around the surrounding estate, an area of the High Weald, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1983.
Take a circular walk taking in East Head, Chichester harbour and West Wittering Village, with pretty coastal paths, leafy lanes and coffee shop or pub options along the way.
Enjoy this easy walk along the River Rother starting and returning to Midhurst's charming main street.
Explore old footpaths through bluebell woodlands, which provide a rural route to the centre of East Grinstead, that now links to the Bluebell Steam Railway.
Take a walk round Slindon's Medieval deer park, starting in Butchers Copse woodland, following the route of its 'Pale', then through the unspoilt Downland village of Slindon.
Discover the views that inspired England’s greatest landscape painter, JMW Turner, on this stroll around the park at Petworth.
The walk goes to the Temple of the Winds. Here you can find one of the best views of the South Downs National Park. This little-known spot has a secret feel and a charming curved stone seat to rest on.
This walk offers panoramic views over the Weald to the North Downs, before descending into secluded valleys of natural and historic interest full of rare wildlife and plants.
Wild coast, stunning wildlife, remarkable history - enjoy the top spots in Britain's newest National Park.
Gumber bothy and camping field provides simple, overnight accommodation, just off the South Downs Way on a working sheep farm.