3.5 of 5 (43 votes)

Eastbourne to Seven Sisters

A moderate walk (coast) in national park South Downs starting and finishing in East Sussex, England, about 12.03km (7.48 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 3:00. It is unsuitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs.
Elevation Profile
Gain 67m (219ft)
Loss 77m (252ft)
Max. Elevation 150m (492ft)
Elevation (total) 144m (471ft)
Start
Eastbourne
End
Exceat
Distance 12.03km
(7.48mi)
Duration ~3:00
Difficulty  
Moderate
Car Free Walks TeamCreated by Timwoods on 14 Nov 2007
This walk takes in the South Coast favourites of Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters. Most people take the bus straight to Beachy Head, but it's worth carrying on to Eastbourne and enjoying a walk along the promenade before you tackle Beachy Head.

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OS Grid TV615986
Head for the seafront and enjoy the delights of a traditional English seaside town.
Beachy Head About 4.72 km (~2.93 miles) from
OS Grid TV581953
From the seafront, take the path up to Beachy Head. A bit of a climb, but the views are fantastic!
Birling Gap About 2.99 km (~1.86 miles) from
OS Grid TV552962
Follow the well-trodden path along the cliff top, heading west towards Birling Gap. Keep an eye out for the lighthouse!
Seven Sisters country park About 4.32 km (~2.68 miles) from
OS Grid TV520990
Continue along the cliff to Cuckmere Haven, also known as the Seven Sisters country park. The best route is to follow the cliff right to the river and take the riverside path to the visitor centre. This is where the buses stop, and there is a nice tea rooms while you wait.

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