15 dog friendly walks in Sussex

The Good Dog Guide has put together a directory of dog friendly walks in Sussex.

Tuesday, 16th March 2021, 12:15 pm
Updated Tuesday, 16th March 2021, 12:16 pm
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The walks also feature a number of useful tips including what route you can do and if there is parking.

Starting off at Mile Oak Farm using the track to meander amongst fields before heading up on the South Downs Way towards Southwick Hill. Picture: Google
An historic beauty spot on the South Downs Way, named after the huge dry valley that carves its way through ridges of rolling chalk grassland. Picture: SDNP
This three mile walk has lots of parking and not many steep hills. Picture: Google
Good combination of tracks to follow with views of the sea and the South Downs. Picture: Google Street View
There is a five mile walk and in the car park is a cafe. Picture: Google StreetView
Well maintained paths to walk on and a place to park.
On the website it says : "Good gentle walk this one with lots of dogs for them to play with." Picture: Derek Martin
The website says: "A hidden hamlet nestled in the downs, which tells the story of downland farming from Domesday to the present day." Picture: Google
With fantastic views this is an eight mile round trip that can take three hours. Picture: Derek Martin
The website says: "Lovely walk over open farmland and through the woods which is amazing when the blue bells are out in the Spring." Picture: Unsplash
Walk in Patching which takes in St John's Church. Picture: Google Street View
This 4.2 mile walk is from High Salvington to Findon church and back. Picture: Google Street View
The website says: "Beautiful views from the top of this hill after walking through woods and heathland." Picture: Google
Pleasant dog friendly 2.5 to 3 mile walk in West Hove. Picture: Google Maps
Fantastic views of the Seven Sisters and Cuckmere Valley. Picture: Cuckmere Valley