Stanmer Woods Walk
The Stanmer Woods Walk is a beautiful place to wander through in the spring and summer months as it is covered with stunning sunflowers, cherry blossoms, and many other flowers. There are interesting wood carvings in some of the trees and hollowed-out trunks that you can explore. You can get close to nature as you walk through the wooded areas along this path.
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Route Description for Stanmer Woods Walk
The Stanmer Woods Walk is a wonderful area that has unique aspects to it. As you begin your walk, you will pass through multiple open fields with hills in the distance. If you visit this area of South Downs National Park during the spring or summer months, you will be surrounded by beautiful wildflowers such as cherry blossoms, sunflowers, and many more. There are special areas of this walk that have carvings in the trees and hollowed-out tree trunks to explore. As you continue along your path, you will arrive back where you began as this is a circular walk.
Getting to the Stanmer Woods Walk Trailhead
To get to Stanmer Woods Walk from Brighton, head southwest toward Old Steine/A23 and take Lewes Road to Stony Mere Way. Follow Stony Mere Way to your destination in Stanmer, which you will arrive at in 1.8 km.
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