Hiking and Biking in Eastbourne
Eastbourne is one of the best places in the UK to base yourself for an active holiday of walking, running, trail training and cycling. From meandering smooth pathes to brutal climbs, there is something for everyone to get out and enjoy the countryside.
Some highlights of the South Downs National Park:
- 3,300km of footpaths and byways
- 1,600 sqm of rolling farmland, woodlands and heaths with quaint villages, country pubs and vineyards along the way
- Bridleways that offer some of the best offroad riding in the UK
- Dedicated, car-free rides from Eastbourne to Lewes and Eastbourne to Heathfield
- Easy accessible walks along Eastbourne’s famous seafront promenade from Sovereign Harbour to the foot of Beachy Head (6 km)
We are happy to help you with anything you need. We have secure, indoor bike storage along with some emergency repair tools for bikes. Whether you are training for an event or looking for a family-safe outing, we can get you on ths path.
Have you heard about the Seven Sisters? These chalk cliffs are just incredible and offer some of the most breathtaking views you’ll ever lay your eyes on. Come and experience the beauty of the Seven Sisters for yourself and unwind with some of the most peaceful and tranquil scenery in the country.
Discover the stunning beauty of Beachy Head, a magnificent chalk headland in East Sussex, UK that has captured the hearts of visitors for centuries. Standing tall at 162 meters (531 ft) above the English Channel, it is one of the most striking and awe-inspiring natural landmarks in the country. From the top of the cliffs, visitors can take in the breathtaking panoramic views of the sea and the picturesque countryside, while enjoying the diverse range of flora and fauna, including the rare Adonis blue butterfly.
South Downs Way
Embark on a journey of discovery along the South Downs Way, a breathtaking long-distance trail that stretches over 160 km (100 mi) across the beautiful South Downs National Park in southern England. The trail showcases the natural beauty of the area, with stunning views of rolling hills, picturesque villages, and serene countryside. Walkers can also explore an array of historical landmarks and iconic sites, including the Iron Age hillfort at Chanctonbury Ring, the medieval castle at Arundel, and the legendary chalk figure of the Long Man of Wilmington. Whether you are a seasoned hiker or a casual walker, the South Downs Way offers an unforgettable experience that will leave you in awe.
Discover the charm of The Wealdway, a picturesque 80-mile footpath that meanders through the rolling hills and ancient woodlands of Kent and Sussex in southeast England. The trail takes you on a journey through idyllic countryside, quaint villages, and historic landmarks, such as the romantic ruins of Bayham Old Abbey and the scenic Bedgebury Forest. Whether you’re looking for a leisurely stroll or a more challenging hike, The Wealdway offers a memorable experience for all.