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Around Amberley

A moderate walk (countryside) in national park South Downs in West Sussex, England, about 14.90km (9.26 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 4:45h. It is suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs.
Elevation Profile
Gain 175m (574ft)
Loss 166m (544ft)
Max. Elevation 190m (623ft)
Elevation (total) 341m (1118ft)
Start & End
Amberley
Distance 14.90km
(9.26mi)
Duration ~4:45h
Difficulty  
Moderate
Created by mikeact on 23 Jan 2015
Great scenery, enjoy a cup of tea in Arundel, and then on, up and over the hills. It's probably in the order of 4/5 hours. You could start from Amberley train station or Arundel and walk from there to Burpham.

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OS Grid TQ026118
Start at Amberley station. You can follow the route clockwise or anti-clockwise.
OS Grid TQ043086
Pretty village after walking either way to get here
About 3.64 km (~2.26 miles) from
OS Grid TQ086119
Walk from the start either way to get here...what views!
About 5.43 km (~3.37 miles) from
OS Grid TQ029122
Finish back at the station.
About 5.65 km (~3.51 miles) from

2 comments... join the discussion!

07 Nov 2016
Indeed

Spot on, Patrick. Interestingly enough, the data we receive from our elevation service (we use Google's here) is inaccurate. Unfortunately, this is not something we can simply correct, but which Google would have to correct in their data so that it shows up correctly in the elevation graph.


Patrick Sullivan
06 Nov 2016
Correction?

For walk 1214 I think there is an error in the elevation graph. Waypoint 4 and 1 should be very close to the same elevation, and I am wondering if the graph indication of waypoint 4 is really waypoint 3 at 191 metres. Patrick

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