Woolbeding Common - Titty Hill - Woolbeding Common

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Woolbeding Common - Titty Hill - Pound Common - Woolbeding Common

A circular walk starting from the National Trust car park at Older Hill. The route is full of variety, taking you through some beautiful woods and heathland. It's quite hilly but the hills are fairly gentle, with some magnificent views. You are treated to a superb view shortly after leaving the car park before plunging down Older Hill into woodland. Field-paths then lead you to the gentle climb up Titty Hill. We met an old lady when we were walking in this area about twenty years ago. She had been born and brought up around here and laughed as she told us of the 'new folks' who had moved into the area and had removed what they considered to be the embarrassing road signs to Titty Hill!

Tracks and field-paths with gorgeous views to the South Downs take you to the sandy heathland of Pound Common and Woolbeeding Common.

This entire walk is off-road apart from a few metres along quiet lanes. There are just a couple of stiles to cross and my dog managed them easily. Some of the bridleways in the wooded areas can get very muddy during the winter, so waterproof footwear is essential.

England - South England - West Sussex - South Downs

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Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Good for Kids, Great Views, Wildlife, Woodland
08/09/2012 - Walkingworld Admin

Our thanks to Sylvia Saunders for her updates for this walk. September 2012. Adrian (Admin)

01/09/2012 - Patricia Daw

We were really impressed with the directions on this walk until disappointment set in at WM12/13 when the seat we'd been looking forward to having our picnic lunch upon had virtually rotted away. We carried a bit further on and had lunch in a field with views of the Downs. Then at WM 16 we couldn't see the finger posts mentioned and only really got back to the car using the compass facility on an iPhone. Also, following the wettest summer on record, even in August many of the footpaths in woodland were very wet.

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