The route then leave the SDW towards and through the historic village of Burpham.
Then return to Amberley via North Stoke past the River Adur.
"Leave the car at home, take the bus or train"
Allow: 4.5 to 5.5 hours
Gradient: Some short inclines
Access: Some gates no stiles
South Downs National Park
The South Downs National Park is Britain's newest National Park, rich in landscape, culture and wildlife. Discover ancient woodlands and enjoy spectacular views as you explore the open downs and heathlands. Within these landscapes lie bustling market towns and peaceful rural villages, historic houses and the remains of ancient settlements.
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For bus go to WWW.travelline.co.uk or call 0871200 22 33 to find public Transport information. Route 73 Compass Bus.
For train timetables, visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 08457 484960
South Downs National Park Authority
Tel: 0300 303 1053
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Please follow the country code: Leave gates as you find them and keep dogs under control or on a lead.
Details correct at time of publication. Please be aware that routes are shared with other users (vehicles, pedestrians, dogs, horses etc.) and users follow this route at their own risk. SDNPA do not accept any responsibility for loss, damage or injury, however caused, arising directly or indirectly from use of this route.