Countryside Walks by bus

There are walks which can be reached by Metrobus services. Here are a few examples below:

Selection of walks accessible from Route 291

Forest Way Walk

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Worth Walk 3 (Crawley Down to Turners Hill)

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Worth Walk 4 (Crawley Down to East Grinstead)

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Downs Link

You can join the Downs Link Way from Southwater Country Park which is served by Route 23. We recommend you use a good OS map.

South Downs Way

You can access the South Downs Way directly on the Route 23 at the Washington Bostal stop. There are also stops within Washington itself and various footpaths from the village that take you to the South Downs Way. Chanctonbury Ring hill fort, can be found in this section of the South Downs Way. We recommend you use a good OS map.

Route 270, 271, 272 and 273 also pass close to the South Downs Way at Clayton on the A273. Alight at the Jack and Jill pub, a walkers' pub, and follow the footpaths up to the Jack and Jill windmills and pick up the South Downs Way as it goes off in an easterly direction. The easiest point of access for the South Downs Way heading west is at Pyecombe, alight at the Pycombe Garage stops.

To the west of the Jack and Jill pub is Wolstenbury Hill, this is not on the South Downs Way but is a National Trust site with an iron age hill fort situated on it.