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Grid Ref TQ0603039030
Lat / Lon 51.14073° / -0.48572°
Easting / Northing 506,030E / 139,030N
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Grid Ref TQ1785530974
Lat / Lon 51.06601° / -0.31939°
Easting / Northing 517,855E / 130,974N
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Si Goddard

22 Sep 2023 Summer

The walk begins in Cranleigh, just near the leisure centre and you can find the DownsLink easily. It's all flat walking for just over 3 miles before a short hill near Banyards (old railway station, now a private home).

After circa 3.5miles you veer off the DownsLink and walk footpaths and bridleways. Most are through or across fields or through wooded glades. There's a great mix of sun and shade, perfect for dogs (even my Frenchie managed the walk).

Around 5.6m in, one of the less commonly trodden bridleways is partially blocked by a couple of fallen trees but it's possible to pass by through the undergrowth.

7 miles in and the footpath in Rowhook (just past The Chequers pub, well worth a stop) is quite overgrown and there's another fallen tree but it's easily passable.

Take extra care crossing the Bognor Road once outside of Rowhook, as the hedge does obscure your view a bit. Once across the road, carry straight on through the field opposite. The footpath sign has gone but follow the map and you can't go wrong.

The rest of the walk is plain sailing and well signposted.

  • Slow Ways Welcome Team

    Slow Ways Welcome Team

    03 Apr 2024

    Have you flagged the fallen trees on the county PROW map?

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