Devil’s Dyke and Newtimber Walk
The Devil's Dyke and Newtimber Walk located in East Sussex is a beautiful, pet-friendly walk. Explore this area in the spring or summer months and witness the vibrant wildflowers. The panoramic views of rolling hills and the English countryside are another reason why this path is so popular.
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Route Description for Devil’s Dyke and Newtimber Walk
The Devil's Dyke and Newtimber Walk is a beautiful, pet-friendly stroll along the English countryside. Stunning, panoramic views captivate you as you begin to wander along the path. Rolling green hills and blue skies can be seen far into the distance. As you continue, you may encounter cattle grazing fluffy green grass along the way.
Some people use parts of this area to parasail on land along the hills, so you can take a break and watch people soar through the air. Small ponds fill the lower areas of the Devil’s Dyke and Newtimber Walk and they are a great place for your pup to take a dip. There are some built in stairs along this path so ensure that you wear comfortable walking shoes. You will come back to the area where you began as this is a circular walk.
Do note that the parking lot is small and only has space for 20 cars, so come early on weekends to ensure a parking spot.
Getting to the Devil’s Dyke and Newtimber Walk Trailhead
To get to Devil’s Dyke and Newtimber Walk from Brighton, head southwest toward Old Steine/A23 and Follow A23 to Mill Road. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Mill Road and continue to Devil's Dyke Road. Continue on Devil's Dyke Road, and in 3.5 km, you will arrive at your destination.
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