Social walk from YHA Truleigh Hill
Sunday 2nd October 2022
Distance: 7.3 miles
Duration: 3.5 - 4.5 hours
Led by: BMC volunteer guides
Starting and finishing back at YHA Truleigh Hill, this walk takes in ancient landscapes, breathtaking views and a famous beauty spot. The undulating well-trodden route through chalk grasslands descends from the rim through the valley to the village of Poynings. Another ascent follows returning to the ridge line by an Iron Age hill fort, we'll follow the South Downs Way heading west back towards Truleigh Hill. The wide open spaces and fresh air cannot help but improve the feeling of wellbeing.
This event is part of YHA's Festival of Walking - view other social walks.
What makes it special
- Led by an experienced guide
- Build confidence walking in rural locations
- Get a free cuppa at the finishing point
Date and time
Sunday 2nd October 2022
For a suggested donation of £10, you can book a place on one of our social walks. Your donation will support our heart of the community appeal to install life-saving defibrillators at every YHA hostel.
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