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Unguided walks
a) Walks in East Sussex East Sussex County Council
b) Circular Walks in East Sussex: complete listing
c) Find a walk in East Sussex (enter "duration" & "difficulty")
d) Long distance walks in East Sussex
e) Countryside sites in East Sussex
f) Walking, cycling and horse-riding in West Sussex

Local guided walks from The Argus's Events Section
g) http://www.theargus.co.uk/events/ (Enter "walks" in search box).

Shorter walks
h) Healthwalks introduction short social walks throughout the week led by trained volunteers
i) Healthwalks programme valid until Autumn 2014
j) www.brightonwalks.com Pre-booked group guided historical walks in Brighton & Hove of up to 2 miles

Longer walks
k) East Sussex CC - Exploring East Sussex events: walks
l) Sussex Strollers - (01903) 761020 - Sunday Walks for all ages 5-14 miles
m) www.sussex-pathfinders.co.uk full day walks on Sundays of about 10 miles
n) Brighton and Hove Ramblers Countryside Walks
o) www.sussex-young-walkers.org.uk Group affiliated to the Ramblers Association providing walks in Sussex for people in their 20’s and 30’s
p) Brighton HF Rambling Club - (01903) 877939 - Group affiliated to the Holiday Fellowship providing walks in Sussex every Wednesday and Sunday of up to 10 miles
q) www.webjam.com/sussex_12_milers Sussex 12 Milers
r) www.gayswag.co.uk - gay & lesbian Sussex walking group

Other outdoor pursuits
s) The Council's Countryside Events Diary
t) West Sussex County Council's Leisure & Tourism Page
u) Southdowns Society countryside preservation
v) www.southdowns-orienteers.org.uk
w) www.brightonexplorers.org - multi-activity outdoors club for climbing, cycling (both on- and off-road), walking, caving, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, coasteering, surfing, badminton and tennis.
This page was last updated by Ted on 04-Jun-2014
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