Crowlink walk is a beautiful moderate path in the English countryside that leads to the Seven Sisters cliffs that tower over the ocean. The path to the highlight of this area is covered in long grass, where you may stumble upon animals feeding. This is a wonderful family-friendly and dog-friendly walk that rewards you with stunning views.
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Route Description for Crowlink Walk
The Crowlink Walk is a great family and dog-friendly stroll through the rolling hills that takes you to the captivating views of the Seven Sisters cliffs. Beginning at the car park, follow the signage through grassy areas that house animals, such as cows. You will also encounter some hills. These hills are mostly downhill with some uphill areas; however, as you begin to reach the beginning of this circuit path, there are some uphill climbs, although they are not super steep.
While you follow the signage, you will come across the white chalk cliffside that showcases views of the shimmering ocean below. Keep your distance as there are no handrails here. After you take in the wonderful scenery, continue along the path that will take you right back to where you started.
Getting to the Crowlink Walk Trailhead
To get to the Crowlink walk from East Dean, head South on Gilberts Drive toward Lower Street and after 0.6 km, Gilberts Drive turns slightly right, becoming Birling Gap Road, where you will find the car park for the Crowlink Walk.
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