Chanctonbury Ring

Horsham and Crawley are in the North of Sussex. Horsham district includes the town of Horsham itself plus the attractive towns of Henfield, Storrington and Steyning, and as you approach the South Downs, the beautiful downland villages of Amberley and Bramber. The neighbouring borough of Crawley is mostly urban but does include the rather lovely Tilgate Park.

The southern part of Horsham district is in the South Downs National Park whilst the northern part is part of the High Weald. Much of the district is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Walking routes includes the South Downs Way, High Weald Landscape Trail and the Downs Link between the North ans South Downs (on a former railway track).

Notable sights include Elizabethan Parham House and Gardens and the medieval St Mary’s House in Bramber.

See the Horsham Walks page for full details of the following walks or click on the individual walks.

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