Category Archives: East Sussex

143. Rye to Dungeness

March 2006 This was a wonderful walk starting from the beautiful town of Rye I follow the river south to the sea once more, walk along the beautiful sandy beach at Camber Sands, head into a military firing range for a trudge along … Continue reading

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142. Hastings to Rye

February 2006 This was a lovely walk taking in a wild unspoiled and hilly area of coast, dramatic scenes of coastal erosion and a port that is now marooned inland. I started from home and drove down to Hastings via the … Continue reading

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141. Cooden Beach to Hastings

January 2006 A look at the map suggested this would be a rather urban walk so whilst I always enjoy a walk along the coast I did not have particularly high expectations for this walk. But I ended up enjoying it … Continue reading

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140. Eastbourne to Cooden Beach

December 2005 It had been a few weeks since my previous coastal walk, for various reasons, so I was keen to get back onto the coast. It was a beautiful sunny day but as it was also December it would also be a … Continue reading

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139b. Seaford to Birling Gap

September 2015 Although I have walked this stretch of coast before, this was quite a different route, hence the second post. I had been staying with some friends at a campsite near Lewes for a long weekend, but whilst my … Continue reading

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139a. Seaford to Eastbourne

April and October 2005 If you only do one coast walk in South East England make it this one! In fact in my opinion this is the best walk in all of South East England, not just the coast (and … Continue reading

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138. Rottingdean to Seaford

October 2005 After the dearth of cliffs on the previous walks, it was chalk cliffs galore on this walk, though it was not all cliffs as I did also have a port and estuary to walk around, in the shape of … Continue reading

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