A route across the Sussex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has been tipped as an exceptional place to put on walking shoes
and enjoy some coastal scenery.
The Seven Sisters route runs from the village of East Dean through to Seaford, taking in the famous sight of the seven white cliffs perched over the shore of the English Channel, lasting for around three and a half hours, All About You notes.
It said of the route: "Few sea cliffs capture the imagination like the gleaming white outline of the Seven Sisters on the Sussex coastline."
Those looking for Ordnance Survey Maps
of the area should get the Explorer 123 edition for the route.
The area of the walk will form part of the new South Downs National Park from March 31st, just inside its eastern end, near Eastbourne.
From there, its boundaries stretch across East and West Sussex through into Hampshire, with the westernmost area skirting the fringes of Winchester.
Posted by Dan Mirza