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Sussex Border Path

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Sussex Border Path

Sussex Border Path
Blackdown is the highest point on the Sussex Border Path and in Sussex
Length 273 km (170 mi)
Location South Eastern England, United Kingdom
Designation Long-distance footpath

Thorney Island, West Sussex
50°49′16″N 0°55′16″W / 50.821°N 0.921°W / 50.821; -0.921
Rye, East Sussex
50°56′56″N 0°43′44″E / 50.949°N 0.729°E / 50.949; 0.729

Use Hiking
Elevation change 3,130 m (10,270 ft)
Highest point Blackdown, 280 m (920 ft)
Hiking details
Trail difficulty Easy
Season All year

The Sussex Border Path is a long-distance footpath in southern England that connects Thorney Island[1] to Rye.[2] The main path is 222 km (138 mi) long, with an additional 33 mi (53 km) spur known as the Mid Sussex Path which links Weir Wood Reservoir with Mile Oak in the city of Brighton and Hove.

The footpath uses existing rights of way to follow the Sussex county border and is waymarked.


External links

  • The Sussex Border Path Long Distance Walking Route
  • The Sussex Border Path, Long Distance Walkers Association

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