Hear the crunch of frost underfoot and take in the open views. Winter brings frosty scenes and cold, crisp air. Discover our places in East Sussex on one of these downloadable walks. From woodland ambles to estate wanders there are different landscapes to suit your mood. Feel the soothing benefits of being in nature and away from it all this season.
This walk takes you through beech woodland and across open grassland, and as a Special Site of Scientific Interest you'll find a variety of plants and wildlife. Visit in the spring to see bluebells and smell the wild garlic.
This 1 mile walk over chalk grassland is abundant with butterflies; you could spot any number, from the Adonis blue, chalkhill blue and green hairstreak to smaller populations of brown argus, dark-green fritillary and silver-spotted skipper.
If you fancy a perfect spring stroll then take a wander up Lookout Hill to Mad Jack Fuller's folly and enjoy some breathtaking sea and downland views. This walk is perfect for views of the Seven Sisters and the red and white stripe Beachy Head lighthouse.
Clear your head with a winter walk and discover the very best of the Sussex countryside. See the deer at Petworth Park and ancient trees outlined in the mists. Watch reflections on the lakes at Sheffield Park and Garden. Or walk through wintery woodlands at Nymans, Standen and the South Downs.
Discover the landscape transforming throughout the autumn months. The colours are changing across the county that this picturesque time of year. From wild and windy cliff-top walks with views for miles around, to gentle country strolls surrounded by crunching leaves, there's a trail for everyone in Kent.