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Cuckoo Trail

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South Downs and Seven Sisters Full Day Experience from Brighton
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South Downs and Seven Sisters Full Day Experience from Brighton

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Discover England's picturesque South Downs without the hassle of public transport with this day trip from Brighton. The convenient small-group trip, which is limited to just six people, showcases the highlights of a hilly region that's difficult to navigate without a car. Admire views from Devil's Dyke, visit Middle Farm, and spot Neolithic carvings in the Seven Sisters Country Park—all with commentary from a driver-guide.
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Will Dm wrote a review Jan 2021
4 contributions2 helpful votes
During the lockdown I have had to take my old dog down the cuckoo trail to get some air and it is a nice walk although I am annoyed about the housing development next to it it is a genuine walk to go on with your friends (As I have done socially distanced) the only thing is if your bringing your dog there are tons of dogs off the lead so you should watch out especially over lockdown
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Mamma1703 wrote a review Feb 2020
Heathfield, United Kingdom19 contributions7 helpful votes
I use this to walk to the high street, so lovely and relaxing and no cars going by. Very friendly people and people walking their dogs. Very occasionally you see a horse but it often.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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malton5119 wrote a review Oct 2019
Barnsley, United Kingdom62 contributions43 helpful votes
Chose a good Air BnB in Heathfield and enjoyed an evening's cycle from the doorstep, we even found a friendly pub just off the trail on our way back. Path is maintained and in July, a green corridor. Decided to cycle from Polegate another day but found the parking by the station unsatisfactory.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Maria wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom4 contributions
We were a group of 4 friends cycling the path from Polgate to Heathfield and back. It is lovely cycling track with lots of sceneries, woodland, green, few local pubs along the way. Highly recommended specially on sunny days
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Tall bird! wrote a review Aug 2019
Hastings, United Kingdom355 contributions139 helpful votes
What a lovely cycle path shared with walkers. We started at the Heathfield end and there was a free long stay car park, which was almost full by the time we got there (10.30am). We had to take one of the bikes off the rack as it wouldn’t fit under the barrier, so if you’re going with bikes on your roof, you’ll need to remove them to get into the car park. I was very conscious that we were free wheeling for a bit of the way, and was thinking how much harder it would be on the way back! The complete trail is 14 miles long, we cycled as far as Hailsham (8 miles) and cycled into the town to find a coffee shop before we headed back up the trail. I was impressed with how clean the trail was, I only spotted a couple of bits of litter. There were benches and picnic tables dotted along the trail as well as remnants from the old railway line. We cycled along the old Horam station platform! There are also a few arty carvings to be seen. The trail itself is partially sheltered by trees, I’d say about 80% on the section we did, which was very welcome seeing as it was a hot day. And the trip back wasn’t too bad at all! I didn’t even get off and walk! Next time we’ll cycle a bit further, or start at the Hampden Park end and do the slight incline upwards first and free wheel it back to our car! But 16 miles was plenty for our first time on it!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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