Brighton and Hove Ramblers is a local walking and social group and is part of the national Ramblers. We offer a range of walks each week. Some walks have age guides (30s-50s) but anyone with the appropriate level of fitness is welcome on any walk.
Thought you might be interested in the BBC Four program South Downs: England's Mountains Green.Peter Owen-Jones takes us into heart of the UK's newest national park - the South Downs. Following the South Downs Way along the spine of the park, from the famous Seven Sisters Cliffs to Winchester - the ancient capital of England - Peter experiences an extraordinary year exploring the…See More
"Note the white horse painted on the hill in the centre distance (you will need to zoom in!), and the contrast between the frosty north side of the hill (left hand side of the photo) and the sun kissed south facing hill on the right. Also encompasses…"
Due to my continuing incapacity this walk will now be led by Mike Thatcher. All details remain as for the walks programme with refreshments at the end of the walk probably in Cowfold. Any enquiries before the walk to Mike 01273 500341. Hope for a good walk with fair weather.Regards Peter JarmanSee More
This 10.5 mile walk is through classic downland scenery, offering some panoramic sea and inland views, especially on a clear day.Those of you travelling by bus should catch the No. 12 at 9.37am from stop K opposite the Sea Life Centre, or alternatively at 9.30am from stop E at Brighton Churchill Square. The bus is scheduled to arrive at the request stop next to Eastbourne Youth Hostel at 10.42am. It is located approximately ¼ mile past the Downs Golf Club on the north side of the A259. I shall…See More
Please note that it is quite likely that tomorrow's walk will be cancelled due to the adverse weather (heavy rain forecast during the morning). Apart from the wet forecast, the walk is in the Weald and therefore likely to be a bit of a quagmire after all the recent rain!I will however be at Preston Park Station by 9.30am just to confirm the above.See More
Come and join this nice walk through the forest and then on to the downs before going down to Alfriston for lunch , if you come by car i think the car park charge is now £4.00, rather than £3.50.I hope the weather is dry and to see you on Sunday thanks Big NeilSee More
I've just returned from the pre walk. Best place to park seems to be in the road outside the cricket ground. We pass seven pubs on the walk so can choose our lunch venue depending on progress and the weather. There is a fair amount of road walking but most of it has paved paths and the little bits that are not are on quite roads.
Hi all,Looking forward to seeing you all next Sunday!The 10 mile walk starts at Beeding Hill setting out across high downland and up to the summit of Edburton Hill before a dramatic desent through Devil's Dyke to Poynings for a pub lunch at the Royal Oak. The walk returns through the lower Weald at the foot of the Downs before a final ascent back to the start of the walk.I have booked a table for 12.30 at the Royal Oak and nine people have booked on. I am unable to extend the booking because…See More
Still trying to work off evidence of the Christmas excesses? Then join me for a 9.5 mile walk through some beautiful West Sussex scenery this Saturday. I've decided to reverse the route, but you'll still get your dose of woodland and downland scenery. Full details in the Walks Programme.Mike Bates See More