Levin Down Circular Walk
The Levin Down Circular Walk is a wonderful, family-friendly journey. Look out for the livestock roaming this path, such as chickens, sheep and horses. You will have to navigate some stiles and gates, so ensure you wear comfortable walking shoes.
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Route Description for Levin Down Circular Walk
The Levin Down Circular Walk is a great place to take in the beautiful views of South Downs National Park. Beginning in the parking area,head out to the road and take a right towards Singleton. Walk for 100 m to a five-bar gate along the hedge on the right. Go through the gate to enter a meadow. There is an abundance of wildlife for you to see, and you will get a bit of a workout as you wander along this area as there are some gentle gradients. Beautiful views can be seen all along this path, and you will arrive back at the parking area where you began, as this is a circular walk.
Getting to the Levin Down Circular Walk Trailhead
To get to the Levin Down Circular Walk from East Dean, head northeast on E Dean Hill toward Charlton Road and turn left onto Charlton Road. In 2.3 km, turn right, and you will arrive at your destination.
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