Titch Hill and Steyning Circular Walk
The Titch Hill and Steyning Circular Walk is a beautiful stroll that showcases the stunning wildflowers in the spring and summer months. Take a strenuous climb up to the Steyning Bowl and experience why this area is so popular. There are many bird species in this area, so if you are a bird lover, this is an excellent place for you!
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Route Description for Titch Hill and Steyning Circular Walk
The Titch Hill and Steyning Circular Walk begins at the parking lot for Titch Hill. As you continue along the path, you will come across stunning scenery stretching far into the distance. And in the spring and summer months, you can see the rolling hills blanketed in vibrant wildflowers. You may come across grazing cattle and sheep along your journey as well, so keep this in mind if you're walking your pup. This is a great pet-friendly walk, though. Continue winding along the path, which will eventually loop you back to where you started, as this is a circular walk.
Getting to the Titch Hill and Steyning Circular Walk Trailhead
To get to Titch Hill and Steyning Circular Walk from Findon, head south on Horsham Road toward School Hill and turn right onto School Hill. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Findon Bypass/A24 and at Grove Lodge Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Upper Brighton Road/A27. Turn left onto Church Lane and continue onto Titch Hill. In 0.6 km, you will arrive at your destination.
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