One of the finest walks in England ...
22nd - 30th June 2012
places are still available at all pick-up points
This is an organised nine day walk along the full 100 miles of The South Downs Way National Trail, one of England's most beautiful long distance walks.
It is, by tradition, a supported rather than guided walk -with everyone free to walk at their own pace. The 'Footprints' team of ten experienced leaders walk the whole trail with you.
And you're assured that there will always be people nearby to help with directions, some first aid or just a friendly smile.
With luxury coach transport provided to and from the trail each day, it is by far the simplest way of completing this linear walk.
Passing one of Andy Goldsworthy's chalk stones on the Annual South Downs Way Walk in June
The walk this year will begin in Winchester on Friday 22nd June
and finish at the magnificent 'Seven Sisters' on Saturday 30th June.
Crossing Firle Beacon (courtesy Shirley Rushmer)
Each day averages around 11miles; the sectors are as follows :
Winchester - Exton - Queen Elizabeth Park - Cocking - Whiteways
Washington - Devils Dyke - Newmarket Inn - Alfriston - Eastbourne.