A linear, full-day countryside walk in England starting at Groombridge Station, East Sussex, about 18km (roughly 11 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs.
Ashdown Forest, in the High Weald area of Sussex, is famous as the home of Winnie-the-Pooh, the much-loved bear in the A.A. Milne stories. This walk takes you through some of the best of the forest (most of which isn't actually wooded), including the Pooh Sticks Bridge. It's a long day out, but all easy going and a great way to see some of the highlights of this popular region.
Groombridge Station, OS Grid: TQ532371 End: Tunbridge Wells, OS Grid: TQ542344 Elevation Profile (x: waypoint number, y: metres)Start:
Groombridge Station, OS Grid: TQ532371 End: Tunbridge Wells, OS Grid: TQ542344 Elevation Profile (x: waypoint number, y: metres)
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