Walk the South Downs Way with a Cicerone guidebook
The South Downs Way
Described east-west and west-east by Kev Reynolds
Handy pocket sized guidebook for anyone walking the South Downs Way National Trail. The 100-mile long distance walk between Eastbourne and Winchester is described in both directions over 12 stages. Generally easy underfoot the Way links many ancient and historical tracks, fine wooded areas, delightful river valleys and lovely little villages. More...
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When the South Downs Way National Trail opened in 1972 it was heralded as the first long-distance bridleway intended for walkers, cyclists and horse riders alike.
Exploring the Sussex Downs and East Hampshire AONB, the South Downs Way follows the northern escarpment for much of the way and rarely descends to habitation except where river valleys interrupt the regular course of the Downs.
A full description of the trail is included from east to west and west to east over 12 stages.
This guidebook is part of a two-book series on the North Downs and South Downs Ways.