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.
Walking guides for the east of the city.
The east of the city includes:
- Sheepcote Valley
Walking guides for the west of the city.
The west of the city includes:
- Mile Oak
- Three Cornered Copse
Walking guides for the north of the city.
The north of the city includes:
- Devil's Dyke
- Ditchling Beacon
Other 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.
- Access to Nature scheme
- Guides on the Visit Brighton site.
- Brighton page on the Enjoy England site.
- Countryside Code
- South Downs National Park
- Rights of Way and Definitive Map
- Open Access