Arufin one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Arundel and Findon.

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This route has been reviewed by 5 people.

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Is this route good enough? -  Yes (4) No (1)

Problems reported -  Safety (1)

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Grid Ref TQ0194707038
Lat / Lon 50.85387° / -0.55304°
Easting / Northing 501,947E / 107,038N
What3Words slicing.argued.outnumber
Grid Ref TQ1219908873
Lat / Lon 50.86848° / -0.40688°
Easting / Northing 512,199E / 108,873N
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Arufin One's land is

Arable 16.7%
Pasture 45.0%
Urban 6.6%
Woods 31.7%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



03 Mar 2024 Winter

Walked this from Arundel to Findon on 2/3/24. Very pleasant - nice stroll along the Arun with views of the castle, then a nice wander along the valley from Warningcamp into Wepham wood. The Angmering Estate part is along metalled roads but nice enough. I have to recommend a rerouting however because of the crossing of Long Furlong which is really dangerous - blind bend, very fast traffic. Giving it a good rating nonetheless, as if that could be fixed it would be a lovely route.


19 Aug 2022 Summer

This is a brilliant route. Really enjoy coming in to Arundel at sunset with the castle ahead of us.

The right of way to the west of the A280 is not accessible (or does not exist). If approaching from the east, simply cross directly over the road onto the lane and follow it around.

Before this route I walked to Findon from Steyning. I highly recommend combining the two Slow Ways.


19 Aug 2022 Summer

I really enjoyed walking this route! The views of the castle from the river Arun are very special. The walk takes you through some beautiful countryside and magical woodlands. I combined this route with the route from Steyning to Findon. I'd defo recommend walking both routes!.


09 Aug 2022 Summer

Walked this on a very sunny day, enjoyed the cover of trees along Angmering park estate! A small section of the bridleway in the woods near warningcamp was temporarily closed due to logging to prevent ash dieback.

Bostal Boy

24 Mar 2022 Spring

I walked this on 18/03/2022 from Findon to Arundel as Leg#2 of a Steyning->FIN->ARU.

Within the first mile of leaving the centre of Findon you have to cross two busy roads A24 and A280, where care is needed. However, after that the route becomes progressively more peaceful. It follows the Monarch's Way from Findon Place all the way to Arundel. It is well signed and for the most part the paths are wide and easy to follow.

There is a short, steep climb from the hamlet of Michelgrove up into the woods of the Angmering Estate. Through the woods the path starts off wide and muddy, then becomes more well made and a drive suitable for vehicles. Nonetheless when I walked it, it was very quiet with only the occasional cyclist.

The field in the valley below Warningcamp Hill contained half a dozen young cattle, but they were minding their own business.

At the Arundel end, the route crosses the railway tracks but this route is not very busy. Then the final section is along the levee of the River Arun into Arundel.

A nice peaceful route once away from the A280. The occasional gate, but no stiles. There are no refreshment opportunities along the way.

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