Walks in Sussex

Walks listed by county

The Railway Children Circular Walk 1: Crawley Down

A true family walk, sampling the Sussex countryside and one of its favourite visitor attractions.

The Railway Children Circular Walk 2: Sharpthorne to Stonehill Rocks

Woodland, reservoir and viewpoints, plus the Bluebell Railway and other memories of the age of steam.

The Railway Children Circular Walk 3: Stonehill Rocks to Mill Place Farm

A walk past Stonehill rocks, Weit Wood Reservoir and the infant River Medway and always within range of the Bluebell Railway.

The Railway Children Circular Walk 4: Horsted Keynes to Highbrook

A short walk close to the Bluebell Railway line - but pretty, whether or not you steam trains.

The Railway Children Circular Walk 5: Horsted Keynes Bluebell Railway & village

A shorter or longer option family walk close to Horsted Keynes station

The Railway Children Circular Walk 6: Treemans & Horsted Keynes

Woodland, field and farm close to The Bluebell Railway.

The Railway Children Circular Walk 7: Freshfield and 'The Sloop' pub

Sort and longer versions of this walk include sections of the Sussex Border Path and views of river and steam railway.


The Railway Children Walk 1: Three Bridges to Crawley Down

The first leg of a continuous walk through the sussex countryside following the Bluebell Railway.

The Railway Children Walk 2: Crawley Down to Kingscote Down

This 2nd leg of the walk partly coincides with the Sussex Border Path and takes in history and simple beauty.

The Railway Children Walk 3: Kingscote to Sharpthorne

A walk through forest, alongside an old railway tunnel and close to the West Hoathly heritage village

The Railway Children Walk 4: Sharpthorne to Horsted Keynes station

Continuing this walk through the Sussex countryside and railway history, this section ends at the Bluebell Railway's most famous station.

The Railway Children Walk 5: Horsted Keynes station to Treemans Road

Starting at Horsted Keynes Bluebell Railway station, this short walk gives frequent views of the popular steam railway.

The Railway Children Walk 6: Treemans Road, to The Sloop, Freshfield

A pleasant family walk through field and farm, with the added interest of The Bluebell Railway.

The Railway Children Walk 7: The Sloop, Freshfield to Sheffield Park station

This last leg of the walk includes many sightings of the Bluebell Railway and ends at Sheffield Park station.

The Railway Children Walks

A series of walks in the sussex countryside, devised in collaboration with, and always close to, The Bluebell Railway.