South Downs Way :: Shared Description

The South Downs Way is a long distance footpath in Southern England and is one of Britain's National Trails. It runs for around 100 miles from Winchester in Hampshire to Eastbourne in Sussex, with a small loop around Eastbourne. The South Downs Way passes through the South Downs a beautiful area, which is now a National Park. The path mainly follows old routes and droveways along the Chalk escarpment. The majority of the path is a bridleway and so can be used by horse-riders and cyclists too.
by Peter Barr
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11 images use this description:

TQ3911 : South Downs Way path near Offham Hill by Paul Gillett
TV5897 : South Downs Way Bridleway Sign by PAUL FARMER
TQ4205 : Pond neare South Downs Way, Southease by PAUL FARMER
TQ5200 : South Downs Way Signpost by PAUL FARMER
TQ1411 : South Downs Way, through Chalk Pit Wood by PAUL FARMER
TQ5201 : Kissing gate on the South Downs Way, Litlington by N Chadwick
TV5695 : South Downs Way Footpath Sign by PAUL FARMER
TV5596 : Birling Gap from South Downs Way by PAUL FARMER
TV5596 : South Downs Way Sign by PAUL FARMER
TQ5402 : Waymarker on South Downs Way by Peter Barr
TQ1411 : Riding off Chanctonbury Hill by Richard Law


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Created: Tue, 27 Apr 2010, Updated: Sat, 12 Oct 2019

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