Firle Beacon

Head in the opposite direction to the masts to reach the Firle Beacon.

Standing at 217 m, Firle Beacon commands far-reaching views and is part of the South Downs National Park.

* Amazing views

* Gently rolling hills - no steep climbs 

* Walk as little or as far as you wish

* Ample parking

* Great place to fly a kite

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Bostal car park, Firle Bostal, Firle, Lewes, BN8 6LR


Ample free parking



1.75 km each way to Beacon. Or walk/cycle as little or as far as you wish


All day, every day

Walking on chalk grassland, the path is well-drained and remains relatively mud-free all year. The route is undulating, but does not involve any steep hills.

Forming part of the South Downs Way, the route is suitable for proficient cyclists (mountain bikes advised). It is a great place to exercise dogs off-lead too. 

There is a lovely pub in the village. It is picture-perfect, and therefore popular!

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