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SDNPA Ranger – Glynde Train Station to Mount Caburn Circular Walk

24 September, 2019 @ 11:00 am 2:00 pm

This walk is accessible by public transport. Starting from Glynde train station we will walk through Glynde Village and up a steep incline to Mount Caburn. Mount Caburn was once a magnificent Iron age hill fort and as such offers great views of the South Downs and the villages along the River Ouse. We will stop and have our lunch up here and enjoy the scenery before taking a route back down, past Glynde Place and through the village to return to the station. Along the route we will see chalk grassland flora and fauna and talk a bit about the National park and the work of a ranger. There is only one steep ascent, the walk is moderately easy, but wear suitable footwear as the terrain is uneven.

Approximate Distance: 2.5 Miles

Starting Point: Glynde Railway Station

Finishing Point: Glynde Railway Station

Walk Grading: Moderate – Up to 5 miles and may have stretches of steep ascent/descent

Maximum number of walkers: 15

Parking is available at the Starting Point

Accessible by public transport to Glynde Railway Station

There is a Café on route

Not suitable for Wheelchair users

Not suitable for Pushchairs

Dogs allowed on leads

There are toilet facilities on this walk

Walkers are advised to bring a packed lunch and plenty to drink

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Jan Knowlson – South Downs National Park Authority

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Glynde Rail Station

Lacys Hill
Glynde, East Sussex BN8 6RU United Kingdom
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