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All reviews south downs fabulous views free car park hill fort steep climb gentle walk dog walkers great walk lovely village sussex countryside new forest ponies findon village seven sisters marked paths well worth a visit worthing weald
Cissbury ring is one of the beautiful walks north of Worthing, West Sussex. There are 3 different ways to reach the ring, all different in their ways. At the top you have a wonderful 360° view, over the sea, Isle of white, the seven sisters...More
A hill fort with fabulous views on a clear day of both the sea and the South Downs. Find the New Forest ponies who are living there in a little group to graze the vegetation. Parking at the bottom of the hill or walk up...More
Popular with the locals and dog walkers, Cissbury ring affords fabulous views over the Sussex countryside and coast. You can either walk up from Findon or drive up the Lane to limited parking at the top . You can also walk across the rudege to...More
There are many routes up to Cissbury Ring, with different degrees of difficulty. We walked from just outside Nepcote village (near Findon) – this is one of the easiest ascends. Upon arriving at the inner wall (that is just over 1 mile in circumference) we...More
This is National Trust land that hosts 360 degree views - out to sea, along the South Downs and inland. It also is the site of a Iron Age fort and you can walk around the remains of the embankments. Also, at present, the grass...More
Barely 5 miles out of Worthing and 15 from Brighton, on a good day you can see all the way out to the Rapian Wind Farm. Interesting historical site and fabulous setting to walk in. Great day out for the kids.
we stayed in findon for a night and walked to Cissbury Ring. Took about an hour to get there - a slow burning long uphill walk with a really steep bit at the actual ring. It was a cloudy day bit boy the views were...More
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Ponies have more recently been replaced by a new and smaller group. They are there all year round. They generally stick together in the group and in the more rainy, windy weather you will find them in the dips using the... More
Ponies have more recently been replaced by a new and smaller group. They are there all year round. They generally stick together in the group and in the more rainy, windy weather you will find them in the dips using the undulations and shrubby hedgerow as shelter.