Incredible giant sandstone boulders, stretching for over 600 m and reaching some ten metres high!
* Amazing sandstone cliffs formed 20-50,000 years ago!
* Crouch in the same caves that hunters gathered in 6-11,000 years ago
* Lovely shady place to explore on a hot day
1 Warren Farm Ln, Eridge, East Sussex, TN3 9JG
Suggested route 2 km, but just walk as far as you wish
All day, every day
Eridge Rocks is not well sign-posted! From the A26, the entrance to Warren Farm Lane can be found next to a small church. Continue up the private track to a small car park at the base of the rocks.
The path beside the rocks is sandy and generally flat, with no stiles or gates. The paths further from the rocks can be muddy in winter - please bear this in mind when planning your route.
Follow the blue arrow way-marks from the car park to the pond near the end of the rocks (see map). Do not follow the arrows beyond this point, as they lead into neighbouring RSPB Broadwater Warren and are associated with a significantly longer walk than that outlined here.
Dogs are welcome, but must be kept under close control. Please clean up after your dog.
Climbing on the rocks is dangerous and should only be attempted if you are a properly equipped, experienced climber.
If you are looking for refreshments after your walk, there is a great pub with a beautiful garden on the A26, near the entrance to Warren Farm Lane.