The Walderton Walk is a great stroll for people who love to take breaks and sit and enjoy the views. This path has multiple seating areas that are strategically placed along the panoramic views over South Downs National Park. Explore this area during the summer months to see the impressive sight of colourful wildflowers draped over the park.
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Route Description for Walderton Walk
The Walderton Walk, located in South Downs National Park, is a stunning way to overlook the park and capture some incredible views. Beginning at track entrance, known as the New Cut, follow the signage to get started on the path. The walk will take you through fields of wildflowers, meadows and will stop at multiple rest points where seating is available for you to stop and take in the breathtaking scenery. Keep following the path as you wander through gardens until you reach the entrance to the track where you began.
Getting to the Walderton Walk Trailhead
To get to Walderton Walk from Chichester, begin on the East Walls and Priory Road to New Park Road/A286 and in 0.2 km, follow B2178 and B2146. In 11.4 km, drive to Cooks Lane and in 0.5 km you will arrive at your destination.
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