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Kingley Vale Day Hike

A walk through ancient forest

  • 25 British pounds
  • Wildham Lane, Stoughton, Chichester, West Sussex, England, PO18 9JG, United

Service Description

As one of England's first National Nature Reserves, Kingley Vale is marked by great biological and historical interest. Starting on a northwards, gentle uphill brings us to the village of East Marden, where we turn back south through fields and ancient woodland that lines our path to Stoughton. After a steep uphill from Stoughton, we stop for lunch in the magical atmosphere of ancient yew tree woodland. We then traverse the Kingley Vale National Nature Reserve up to the burial mounds of Bow Hill (also called The Devil's Humps or Kings' Graves). From this high point with stunning 360° views over surrounding countryside, we head back for a final undulation to our starting point. You can read more here Well, with that all being said, let's get out there for a good hike and explore! What3words meeting point: Time approx: 4-6 hours over 18-20km (including food break) depending on group fitness levels. Subject to marginal change. Included: • Local insured MTA & CIMSPA registered instructor. Not included: • Transport • Lunch/Personal snacks & drinks • Parking fees

Upcoming Sessions

Cancelation Policy

Evening fitness hikes - to cancel or reschedule evening fitness hikes please give us at least 24 hours notice in advance. Day hikes - to cancel or reschedule day hikes we require 48 hours in advance. Multi day tours - please discuss with staff. Whilst we will do our best to accommodate changes this depends on how far in advance we have been given notice in relation to our payments to third party suppliers i.e accommodation etc.

Contact Details


74 Lewes Road, Ditchling, Hassocks, UK

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