Monkton and North Marden Circular Walk
The Monkton and North Marden Circular Walk is a stunning and magical stroll through the woodlands, where you will find many surprises. Nestled deep in the woods, along the path, you will find a pub rich in history. You will explore a lost medieval village and other interesting areas along the way.
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Route Description for Monkton and North Marden Circular Walk
The Monkton and North Marden Circular Walk is a stunning stroll that has many hidden treasures. Dive into the woodlands and discover a hidden pub nestled deep in the woods and explore a lost medieval village with a villa hidden from the townspeople. You will also come across the Devil’s Jumps and a memorial statue that was dedicated to a young German pilot. You will return back to the area that you began as this is a circular walk.
Getting to the Monkton and North Marden Circular Walk Trailhead
To get to the Monkton and North Marden Circular Walk from Chichester take E Walls and Priory Road to New Park Road/A286 and follow A286 and B2141. In 0.3 km, you will arrive at your destination.
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