Best avoided on Brighton & Hove Albion match days!
A short circular walk (with the option to extend) offering magnificent 360 degree views across steeply folded landscape. Castle Hill is a National Nature Reserve within the South Downs National Park.
* Stunning scenery
* Conveniently located for Brighton
* Ideal destination for a picnic
* Chalk paths remain relatively mud-free, year-round
* Great place to fly a kite
Left of Falmer Road as you enter Woodingdean from the north. Nearest postcode BN2 6NT
Choose from 3.7 km or 5.8 km circular routes.
All day, every day
Walking over the rolling chalk grassland of the South Downs, the terrain is steep in places (particularly on the longer route) but remains relatively mud-free year round. The route passes through access land and is therefore not suitable for cyclists.
Dogs are welcome here, but must be kept on a lead around grazing livestock. There are two stiles on the longer route, both with dog gates.
Please note the car park is fairly small. Alternative on-street parking can be found a short distance away in Bexhill Road.