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Findon

West Sussex


Slow Ways linking Findon and Arundel, Steyning, Storrington, Worthing

England / West Sussex / Findon

Findon’s four Slow Ways are 69% checked

Drawn: 4/4
reviewed: 4/4
verified: 3/4
and surveyed: 0/4

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Walk to Findon from further afield

Slow Way Route To do
Arundel—Findon
Arufin one Survey me Distance 13km/8mi Ascent 270m Descent 217m
Findon—Steyning
Finste one Verify me Distance 7km/4mi Ascent 224m Descent 190m
Findon—Steyning
Finste two Survey me Distance 7km/4mi Ascent - Descent -
Findon—Worthing
Finwor one Survey me Distance 9km/5mi Ascent 95m Descent 46m
Storrington—Findon
Stofin one

Review me Distance 8km/5mi Ascent 168m Descent 156m

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Collective progress

65% of Findon’s four route options are drawn, reviewed, surveyed and/or verified

5/5

drawn

5/5

reviewed

0/5

surveyed

3/5

verified

7 people have contributed to Findon’s Slow Ways

1 people have pledged to walk and review a route

0 people have surveyed a route in Findon

43km out of 43km have been walked and reviewed

126km of reviews have been shared in Findon

Latest Updates

Walked this route on 9/10/23. It's a nice route for getting up and over the South Downs, "cutting off the corner" of the A283 and A24 and ending in Findon which is a lovely little place.....

srsaunders

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I walked this route as the second leg of a Storrington to Worthing trek via Findon....

Bostal Boy

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At the top of the hill, the route touches the South Downs Way by a small barn before heading off eastward along a fenceline to reach a gate and a track after about half a mile. At the A280, the route picks up the Monarch's Way which it follows along the bottom of a hill, past a small camp site, the church and Findon Place to the A24 then across to the village of Findon....

Bostal Boy

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Then following Monach’s way for a bit before running down into Findon where there are some great pubs....

David Rogers

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As a local I took advantage of some quieter roads and a nice park etc that took me back onto the seafront....

David Rogers

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If approaching from the east, simply cross directly over the road onto the lane and follow it around....

danravenellison

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danravenellison took this photo on Arufin one

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I really enjoyed walking this route!...

Saira

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It's easy to navigate and the view from the Downs across Steyning is a real treat....

danravenellison

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danravenellison took this photo on Finste two

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I really enjoyed walking this route from Steyning to Findon! It's easy to follow and the views across the South Downs are stunning. I'd recommend popping into Dee Dee's cafe in Findon, super quirky interior and the smoothie was excellent!...

Saira

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A small section of the bridleway in the woods near warningcamp was temporarily closed due to logging to prevent ash dieback....

Zamira

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Findon—Steyning

Bostal Boy added Finste two, a new walk from Findon to Steyning

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I walked this on 18/03/2022 from Findon to Arundel as Leg#2 of a Steyning->FIN->ARU. At the Arundel end, the route crosses the railway tracks but this route is not very busy....

Bostal Boy

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Bostal Boy took this photo on Arufin one

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I walked from Steyning to Findon on 18/03/2022 as Leg#1 of a longer walk from Steyning to Arundel. This is downland all the way, heading out Steyning along Newham Lane and by the white cottage (photo#1) bearing right and following the bridleway up Steyning Round Hill. From there on follow the Monarch's Way signs all the way to Nepcote Green on the edge of Findon....

Bostal Boy

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There are views from the path over to Cissbury and Chanctonbury Rings The path surface can be rough at times and, going down into Steyning, steep....

dsmith10

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I walked from Worthing (West Tarring) to Findon and the walk becomes much more enjoyable once past the A27. The route is not always clearly marked, hopefully the photos will help....

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Arundel—Findon

Slow Ways added Arufin one, a new walk from Arundel to Findon

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Findon—Steyning

Slow Ways added Finste one, a new walk from Findon to Steyning

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Findon—Worthing

Slow Ways added Finwor one, a new walk from Findon to Worthing

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Storrington—Findon

Slow Ways added Stofin one, a new walk from Storrington to Findon

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Findon, Wed 21 February

10°

Heavy rain

Findon’s Slow Ways starting point

Grid ref

TQ1219908873

Lat / Lon

50.86848° / -0.40688°

Easting / Northing

512,199E / 108,873N

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Facilities

Users have reported that the following facilities can be found within 1km of Findon's meeting point

Public toilet

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Supermarket or convenience shop

Restaurant, cafe or pub

Accommodation

Accommodation for under £50 a night

Campsite

Bothy

Free wifi

Mobility scooter hire

Off-road wheelchair hire

Disabled Parking

Train station

Bus stop

Ferry

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