Black Down :: Shared Description

Blackdown, or Black Down, is the highest hill in Sussex, at 280 metres (919 feet), and is second only to Leith Hill (294 metres, 965 feet) in south-eastern England.
It is also the highest point in the South Downs National Park although it is located on the Greensand Ridge. The area is crossed by the Sussex Border Path and Serpent Trail. The pine and heather-covered slopes are owned by the National Trust, and are a favourite walking spot.
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SU9130 : Serpent Trail and Sussex Border Path diverge by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Sussex Border Path on Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Path over Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : On Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Track across Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9230 : Sussex Border Path and Serpent Trail on Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9230 : Sussex Border Path or Serpent Trail, Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9230 : Gate on the path, Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Small pond on Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : The Sussex Border Path by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Ridden Corner Copse, Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9230 : National Trust Car Park, Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Sussex Border Path, Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Serpent Trail and Sussex Border Path by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Footpath, Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Heathland, Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Sussex Border Path by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Bridleway crossroads, Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Heathland and woodland, Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9230 : Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Sussex Border Path by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Mixed vegetation on Black Down by N Chadwick
SU9130 : Footpath, Ridden Corner by N Chadwick
SU9230 : Mixed vegetation, Black Down by N Chadwick

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Created: Thu, 25 Aug 2011, Updated: Fri, 26 Aug 2011

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