East Lavant - The Trundle - Haye's Down
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This is a stunning, circular walk requiring little direction, giving you plenty of time to appreciate the breathtaking views of the South Downs and the coastal plains for many miles around. The route starts from the pretty West Sussex village of East Lavant where you will find the Royal Oak for refreshments. Starting with a steady climb, there is a small deviation from the circular route to The Trundle - the Iron-Age hill fort on top of St Roche's Hill. Here you will walk along the Iron-Age ramparts with fantastic, far reaching views! Walking the crest of Haye's Down the route then drops down to the River Lavant, with a gentle amble back to East Lavant. Those with dogs may find it useful to know that there are no stiles on this walk, just kissing gates, which my Labrador managed with ease.
England - South England - West Sussex - South Downs
Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Good for Kids, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Pub, River, Wildlife, Woodland
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