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“Seven Sisters Country Park”

Seven Sisters Country Park
Ranked #1 of 17 things to do in Seaford
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Bordon, United Kingdom
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3 reviews
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“Seven Sisters Country Park”
Reviewed March 17, 2014

Had a wonderful time with my girlfriend around the park and villages. We stayed in our campervan and hired bikes out. We ate out at The Tiger Inn, which did lovely food. The
weather was very good that day as well. The park itself is landscaped by rolling countryside with very short grass. There is a river meandering through as well, so you could hire kayaks and
have some fun. There is a little car park at the start of it, very accomodating; it did not cost that much.

Visited March 2014
Thank Sam G
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Singapore, Singapore
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“Spectacular View!”
Reviewed February 28, 2014

The view at Seven Sisters is really breathtaking.

To get there, the easiest would be by car. Park at the Seven Sisters Country Park Car Park and continue the rest of the journey on foot. The walk there is leisurely and scenic. If you’re there on a weekend, chances are there will be lots of people accompanying you on the walk to the rock cliff. There will be people walking their dogs, or just couples and friends on the way to see this geological wonder. Due to the recent floods, part of the pathway is flooded and inaccessible but there is an alternative route to see Seven Sisters. Be sure to wear either Wellingtons or hiking boots as the alternative route is on soil and can get a little muddy at times. If you’re wearing normal trek shoes or sneakers then be prepared to get them dirty and do a little bit more washing at home.

Another way of getting there without too much mud on your shoes and also a spectacular view of the rock cliff is to get to Chyngton Lane, Postal code BN25 and drive right to the end up the slope where there will be a car park. Park your car there and take a walk towards Seven Sisters and from there you will get another amazing view of this geological feature. It will be quite windy so be sure to bring some warm clothing and/or windbreakers.

I will rate this overall 4 stars. Be careful of the rock cliff and don’t go too near for safety reasons. Certainly worth a visit!

Visited February 2014
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Singapore, Singapore
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“Lovely walk - possible to walk to Eastbourne”
Reviewed January 19, 2014

Nothing to dislike. Very nice walk especially in good weather. Could get very windy though. No bathrooms.

Visited December 2013
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Farnborough, United Kingdom
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“Can honestly say seven sisters is one of the most underrated areas of England”
Reviewed January 10, 2014 via mobile

Stunning countrypark, Scenic, Interesting with a great variety of wildlife. Great for walking, Hiking, Swimming, And Photography. Know wonder the fictional shelock holmes retired here.

Visited December 2013
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“Stunning walks”
Reviewed December 29, 2013

Went on a sunny day and no wind and did some incredible walking. There are loads of trails, some low level down to the beach, others uphill onto the downs and others through the woods - so plenty of choice. There is a cafe and a pub nearby. There are good Tarmac tracks whilst others are normal hiking, and in wet weather muddy trails. I was told that it can be breezy there which some people may not like. There are several pay and display car parks.

Visited December 2013
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