Walking and Cycling in Sussex - Long Distance / Waymarked Trails and Track

Centurion Way Railway Path 5 miles - walk / cycle route between Chichester and West Dean (old railway line, suitable for most wheelchairs and pushchairs) - also see PDF Download


Downs Link 37 miles - multi user trail linking the North Downs Way at St Martha’s Hill, Surrey with the South Downs Way near Steyning, West Sussex - also see Archive PDF download


High Weald Landscape Trail - 90 miles route between Horsham and Rye - also see Archive PDF download


Monarch's Way - 615 miles long distance route following the route of King Charles II


New Lipchis Way 28 miles - linear walk between Liphook and West Wittering - also see Archive PDF Download


Salters Way 12 miles - cycle route from Chichester to East Head "several sections offer access for all-terrain or soft-wheeled wheelchairs" - see also Archive PDF Download


Serpent Trail 64 miles - this walking route runs into Hants, Surrey, W Sussex and "follows a rough “S” shape along the hills of the Sussex Greensand" - also see Serpent Trail - West Sussex C.C. - 11 miles - much of the route is multi user - and Archive PDF Download


South Downs Way - 101 miles multi user route between Eastbourne and Winchester - also see South Downs Way - West Sussex C.C.


Sussex Border Path - 150 miles around the Sussex county border


Sussex Diamond Way - 60 mile walking route between Midhurst and Heathfield


Sussex Ouse Valley Way - 42 miles follows the course of the River Ouse from its source near Lower Beeding to the sea at Seaford Bay


The Wey-South Path - 36 miles - Surrey hills, areas of the Weald, the upper Arun and the South Downs


Vanguard Way 66 miles - between Croydon and Newhaven (from the outskirts of Greater London and taking in the counties of Surrey, Kent and Sussex


Worth Way - 7 miles multi user route between Three Bridges and East Grinstead - also see Archive PDF Download


West Sussex Literary Trail - 55 miles - between Horsham and Chichester Cathedral


Edward Thomas Literary Walk - 3.5 miles - also see Archive PDF Download


Rambleon by Ramblerman – for walking festivals and walk / cycle tacks and trails


For more information on wheelchair / buggy accessible walks in Sussex see www.accessiblecountryside.org.uk/sussex


Cycle Hire in Sussex


Bexhill Bicycle Hire Company - 38A Marina Bexhill


Cycle Brighton - 86 Ethel Street, Brighton and Hove


Forest Row Cycle Hire - Hartfield Road, Forest Row


HCCH Bike Hire - Hassocks Station


Let's Bike - Eastbourne - 255 Southbourne Road, Eastbourne


Rye Hire, 1 Cyprus Place, Rye - Cycle and Wheelchair Hire


Electric Bikes Sussex 35 Marina Way, Brighton - E-bike Hire


Brighton Beach Bikes 250E King's Rd, Brighton


Brighton Cycle Hire Off Trafalgar Street, Brighton


Sussex Bike Hire 39A Friars Walk, Lewes


Southwater Cycles Drungewick Ln, Loxwood, Billingshurst


Deers Leap Bikes St. Hill Green, East Grinstead



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