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Walking and rambling in Brighton

Overview

The South Downs National Park is on the doorstep of Brighton, so why not leave the city behind and get back to nature in the beautiful countryside? Lace up your walking boots and set off on one of the many famous trails that the South Downs National Park has to offer.

What makes it special

  • Leave the city behind
  • South Downs National Park

Hostels nearby

YHA Brighton Bar

YHA Brighton

Free wi-fi
24 hour access
En suite rooms available

Walking and rambling in Brighton

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Map references

OS Grid Ref: SU 91650 19650

Lat/Lng: 50.82253, -0.137163

Contact information

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