Walks in Sussex
Walks listed by county
A true family walk, sampling the Sussex countryside and one of its favourite visitor attractions.
Woodland, reservoir and viewpoints, plus the Bluebell Railway and other memories of the age of steam.
A walk past Stonehill rocks, Weit Wood Reservoir and the infant River Medway and always within range of the Bluebell Railway.
A short walk close to the Bluebell Railway line - but pretty, whether or not you steam trains.
A shorter or longer option family walk close to Horsted Keynes station
Woodland, field and farm close to The Bluebell Railway.
Sort and longer versions of this walk include sections of the Sussex Border Path and views of river and steam railway.
The first leg of a continuous walk through the sussex countryside following the Bluebell Railway.
This 2nd leg of the walk partly coincides with the Sussex Border Path and takes in history and simple beauty.
A walk through forest, alongside an old railway tunnel and close to the West Hoathly heritage village
Continuing this walk through the Sussex countryside and railway history, this section ends at the Bluebell Railway's most famous station.
Starting at Horsted Keynes Bluebell Railway station, this short walk gives frequent views of the popular steam railway.
A pleasant family walk through field and farm, with the added interest of The Bluebell Railway.
This last leg of the walk includes many sightings of the Bluebell Railway and ends at Sheffield Park station.
A series of walks in the sussex countryside, devised in collaboration with, and always close to, The Bluebell Railway.