East Dean Circular Walk
The East Dean Circular Walk is a stunning stroll through the English countryside. Take in spectacular views of the South Downs National Park and Charlton Forest. You will also be able to explore Bronze Age barrows.
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Route Description for East Dean Circular Walk
The East Dean Circular Walk is a beautiful walk that shows off gorgeous parts of South Downs National Park. Beginning at the Star and Garter Pub, you will wander along the path and head through Charton Forest. Immerse yourself in nature and take in the captivating views that surround this forest. After crossing multiple fields and gates, you will begin to follow the South Downs Way. Continue along the path and onto Newhouse Lane. This is a great area for lunch as there are seats available. Going through a few more stiles and fields will bring you back to the Star and Garter Pub where you began.
Getting to the East Dean Circular Walk Trailhead
To get to the East Dean Circular Walk from Brighton, head southwest toward Old Steine/A23 and follow A259 to Gilberts Drive in East Dean for 28.6 km, and arrive at your destination.
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