New Year in Sussex

Wed 1st Jan 2020

Walk Details:

Event Details Updated
Route shortened to avoid excessive mud.
Event Type
Group Walk
Region
Southern England
Local Group
Kent
Distance
21.5ml.
Start Time
09.00
Route

Circular from Rye

General Notes
Lunch stop at Pett. Bring torch
Start and Finish

Entry Details:

Cost

Walk Report

This is a clockwise route which starts at Rye Station and heads southwards to reach the coast, passing Camber Castle on the way. It then follows the coast, coinciding with the Saxon Shore Way. The walk then moves inland and climbs to continue parallel to the coast but on the higher ground, eventually reaching and passing through Hastings Country Park. The route then heads northwards and inland, before swinging north east to reach the village of Pett. It then continues alongside part of the Royal Military Canal. The walk then heads back through Winchelsea before returning to Rye.

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Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016.
© OpenStreetMap contributors under Open Database Licence.
Rights of way data from selected Local Authorities.
Large scale digital mapping is provided by John Thorn.