5 of the best May walks in Sussex
PUBLISHED: 16:17 28 April 2020 | UPDATED: 16:37 28 April 2020
We looked through our archives to see what we recommended to you in previous years during May. NOTE: In light of the government guidelines on safeguarding against the coronavirus, only take walks that are local to you and stay two metres away from other people.
Iping and Stedham Commons
May 2019 issue
This walk on the greensand ridge at Iping and Stedham Commons includes heathland, ancient tumuli and an old farmstead.
North and South Stoke
May 2018 issue
Enjoy the dappled shade of woodland and stroll across fields on this riverbank circular near North and South Stoke.
Seven Sisters and Friston Forest
May 2017 issue
Enjoy wide seascapes and woodland on this circular walk along the Seven Sisters cliffs and through Friston Forest.
May 2015 issue
Take a stroll over the downland above Alciston on an undulating terrain on grassy and stony paths.
Castle Hill Nature Reserve
May 2014 issue
Explore the tranquil downland of the secluded Castle Hill Nature Reserve, between Brighton and Lewes. Keep an eye for the early spider orchid and the vivid blue spring gentian, which both bloom in May.
All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change.