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    Two Churches Walk, Cocking-Heyshott West Sussex

    Walking route mapped by  Sophie May Lewis Photo
    4 years ago

    Starts near Cocking, GBSEARCH NEARBY
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    4.368 miles
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    662 ft | 666 ft 
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    About

    The walk takes you from Cocking Church to Heyshott Church, before climbing up to the South Downs Way for views over the weald and the villages where the churches nestle at the foot of the hills. It is then a downhill walk back to Cocking where refreshments can be found at the Blue Bell pub, or the village shop. There are car parking lay-bys in Cocking village, or the walk starts and finishes on the route of the No.60 Stagecoach Bus (Chichester-Midhurst) for those who prefer public transport. A mix of quiet country lanes, and public footpaths including the New Lipchis Way and the South Downs Way. A shorter walk avoiding the hill climb can be achieved by retracing the first half of the route along the lanes when returning from Heyshott. Full route 4.3miles/7km (shorter route avoiding hill 3.5miles/5.6km).

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    Please be careful to observe all signs for rights of way when following other people's routes, as we cannot guarantee that they do not cross private or hazardous land.

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