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Dovegirl

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Re: Sussex coast
« Reply #15 on: 18:55:49, 17/10/17 »
Thanks walkingthedog    :)

OrvalHil

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Re: Sussex coast
« Reply #16 on: 16:45:02, 19/10/17 »
Amazing photos Dovegirl. Those cliffs are stunning. Thanks for sharing.

Dovegirl

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Re: Sussex coast
« Reply #17 on: 21:13:56, 19/10/17 »
Thank you OrvalHil    :)

bibi_lapetite

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Re: Sussex coast
« Reply #18 on: 22:16:04, 13/11/17 »
Thanks for sharing your wonderful pictures Dovegirl!


I recently moved to St Leonards on Sea and would love to do some hiking in the local area, especially after seeing your inspiring shots. Are there any guidebooks that you would particularly recommend or do you simply use an OS map and plan your own routes? I am planning to buy a map anyway but a good book with suggestions of walks of different lengths will be useful to get going.


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Dovegirl

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Re: Sussex coast
« Reply #19 on: 23:42:48, 13/11/17 »
Thanks Bibi    :)   

I get ideas for walks from books and the internet but I like to look at my OS maps and plan my own routes. A straightforward way of doing this is to include sections from trails depicted by green diamonds, eg in your area the 1066 Country Walk.  Have a look in your local library for books of walks. The Pathfinder East Sussex and South Downs and the AA 50 Walks in Sussex and South Downs are good collections.  And try googling walks in your area.  The East Sussex County Council website has some leaflets you can download
 
https://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/leisureandtourism/countryside/walks/circular

Hope that helps    :)

bibi_lapetite

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Re: Sussex coast
« Reply #20 on: 11:40:19, 14/11/17 »
Thanks Dovegirl for the advice. The OS is on the way and I'll look up where my local library is. Brilliant!

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Re: Sussex coast
« Reply #21 on: 12:20:57, 14/11/17 »
Movie makers occasionally use the classic Seven Sisters view. People associate that view with British isles.
My PC landscape wallpaper has that view, one of my favourites.  O0

Jon.
LDP Done:SWCP,SDW,IOWCP,HadriansWallPath,NDW,ClarendonWay,HangersWay,C2C,CaminoDeSantiago.