Wey South Path :: Shared Description
A 36 mile path from Millmead Lock, Guildford to Amberley
in West Sussex. The Path follows the towpath of the Godalming Navigation along the River Wey to its confluence with the Wey & Arun Junction Canal, crossing the North Downs Way
National Trail near the start. Wherever possible the route follows the towpath, supplemented by paths, roads and disused railway (Downs Link), to reach and continue beside the Arun Navigation to the River Arun
whence the path continues to meet the South Downs Way National Trail above Amberley
. Several sections of the canals have been restored. The canals were originally built for military purposes to provide a waterway linking the Thames and the south coast, but were soon supplanted by the railways and some sections fell into disrepair.
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Created: Mon, 6 Sep 2010, Updated: Wed, 11 May 2011
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