18 August, 2020All day walk
This walk is new for 2020, and is a superb ramble on the South Downs near Lewes. Its start point is a very fine village pub: from there a hollyhock-lined street leads to an ancient church, beyond which there is a steep chalk track. At the top stretches a most stridable sward of closely cropped turf with splendid views in all directions with glimpses of the sea to the south and the top of the white cliff of Seaford Head and the Seven Sisters to the east. After a couple of miles of walking this 'roof of the world' we dip into a splendid coombe which is a National Nature Reserve for lunch, before continuing down its impressively remote valley as it winds seawards. The route then joins the South Downs Way on our way back to the descent to the village with its welcoming pub.
Distance 12 Miles / Short Walk Option 7 Miles
Email the Naturist Ramblers Secretary.
If you would like to join the walk you can email the Naturist Ramblers Secretary. It is helpful if you can outline your naturist experience.