Egrets Way Sign
The Egrets Way, Ouse Valley Cycle Network

  • variety of walking, cycling and accessible routes
  • still under development so check the Ouse Valley Cycle Network website for latest
  • mostly flat
  • accessible by bus and train

disabled access signtrainbuscup of teacycle

The Egrets Way is a new and developing network of interlinking, safe and accessible cycle and walking routes within the Ouse Valley between the County Town of Lewes and the channel port of Newhaven including the parishes of Kingston, Swanborough, Iford, Northease & Rodmell, Southease, and Piddinghoe.

Egrets Way at Southease

The South Downs Way intersects The Egrets Way at Southease

The way is already providing some safe and accessible walking and cycling routes, and much of it will be suitable for buggies, wheelchairs, mobility scooters and child cyclists. To date, paths have been completed running from Kingston to Lewes and also from Rodmell to Southease. Now the project is continuing the process of constructing the path, which will largely run alongside the River Ouse.

For the latest information, check the The Egrets Way website by the Ouse Valley Cycle Network.