North Marden Circular Walk
The North Marden Circular Walk is a beautiful stroll through the English countryside that encompasses amazing views that highlight the beauty of South Downs National Park. Sheep and cattle graze the grass along this path, but are separated by fences. This path also involves navigating multiple gates and stiles, so be prepared for this.
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Route Description for North Marden Circular Walk
The North Marden Circular Walk is a captivating stroll that showcases the beauty of the South Downs National Park. Beginning in the small hamlet of North Marden, you will continue along, noticing the stunning scenery unfolding in front of you, such as green, rolling hills. You may encounter cattle and sheep along the way, but they will be relaxing within a fenced area. Be prepared to navigate multiple gates and stiles along this path; however, it is not too strenuous. As you continue, you will arrive back where you began, as this is a circular path.
Getting to the North Marden Circular Walk Trailhead
To get to the North Marden Circular Walk from Chichester, take E Walls and Priory Road to New Park Road/A286 and follow A286 and B2141 for 14.2 km. In 0.3 km, you will arrive at your destination.
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