Walks and trail guides

These printed guides are separated into three sections, north, east and west. 

Brighton and Hove boasts a superb range of walks and trails in and around the city for all ages. Whether you are an experienced rambler or looking for a family walk on a summers day, then the following pages will help you find what you're looking for.

East walks mapWalking guides for the east of the city

 

Walking guides for the east of the city.

The east of the city includes:

  • Ovingdean
  • Falmer
  • Sheepcote Valley

 

West walks map Walking guides for the west of the city

 

Walking guides for the west of the city.

The west of the city includes:

  • Hangleton
  • Mile Oak
  • Three Cornered Copse

 

North walks mapWalking guides for the north of the city

Walking guides for the north of the city.

The north of the city includes:

  • Devil's Dyke
  • Ditchling Beacon
  • Patcham

 

The Bostle at WoodingdeanOther walking options in Brighton &  Hove

There are 18 regular Healthwalks across the city. They are all free, led by trained Volunteer Walk Leaders and accessible by public transport. Lengths range from under a mile (average walking time 20 to 30 minutes) up to three miles (average walking time one and a half to two hours).

Our new digital guides are walks you can follow on your mobile, including one taking in famous film locations in Brighton & Hove. 

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