Devil's Dyke in Saddlescombe, West Sussex | Local Walks

Devil's Dyke


Saddlescombe
West Sussex
  • National Trust
  • A legendary beauty spot
  • on the South Downs


An historic beauty spot on the South Downs Way, named after the huge dry valley that carves its way through ridges of rolling chalk grassland.

Don't miss

  •     Stunning views north to the Weald and south to the English Channel
  •     Great for bike rides, walking and flying a kite
  •     From hill forts to funfairs, mysterious lumps and bumps reveal an unexpected past
  •     Rare and colourful wildlife like butterflies and orchids
  •     An easy car-free day out from Brighton

Reviews

“My husband and I have done this walk lots of times and love it. Its a bit steep towards the end but worth it for the pub at the top. Sometimes take a walk into Faulking from here as well to the Shepard and Dog for Lunch at the bottom of the hill. I am thinking we are spending too much time at the pub.”

- Carol

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