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Around Devils Dyke

GuidedHalf DayNational TrailStunning views

Activity

Walking

Availability

All Year

Grade
Guided

Expert Guide

Region

South Downs

Suitability

Children, Couples, Family, Solo Walkers, Beginner

Terrain

Downland, Meadow

Walking Days

Half

£35.00

  • Guided walk
  • Qualified, knowledgeable local guide
  • South Downs National Park
  • Stunning natural landscape
  • Flora and fauna
  • Fascinating history
  • Beautiful views

This beautiful guided walk around Devil’s Dyke on the South Downs, offers stunning panoramas, a record breaking valley, a fascinating history and a rare and colourful habitat.

When John Constable described the panorama from Devil’s Dyke as 'the grandest view in the world', he wasn’t wrong, but there is so much more to discover here than just a beautiful view - you will be taken on a trail of discovery.  With a hugely experienced and qualified local guide leading the way, venture out onto the South Downs above Brighton and enjoy the vast open skies and views to the coast from this stunning viewpoint. Along the trail, your guide will pause to enlighten you on the fascinating natural history and geology of the area - venturing into the valley you will discover a wonderful variety of wildflowers and an abundance of colourful insects.

Your walk is led by an extremely experienced and qualified outdoor guide, who can enlighten you on the trail about the fascinating geology, heritage and natural history of the area. With extensive local knowledge, your guide can enable you to explore lesser known areas away from the beaten track and discover hidden gems. They are a fully qualified International Mountain Leader who has a great deal of experience leading and instructing and also has extensive local knowledge having lived in this area for many years. All our guides are also outdoor first aid qualified and DBS checked.

By joining one of our experiences you can be sure that your guides know all the best places to go, avoiding any crowds and enjoying quieter, little known spots.

Distance: 4 miles (7km) approx

Duration: 3.5 hours approx

With public transport nearby, this walk offers a very accessible day trip with easy access to London and could form part of a weekend escape.