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Harting Down

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Exhilarating!

This is a great place for dramatic, panoramic views over the Weald to the North Downs. It gives you... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2018
Caroline B
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Chichester, United Kingdom
A lovely place for a walk

We parked in the National Trust car park and followed the signposted walk which was about 4 miles... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2018
SarahMB55
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Gloucester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 21 July 2018

Free parking (machine) for national trust members, so worth joining as there are many like it on the South Downs. Good walks in both directions.

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Reviewed 4 October 2018

This is a great place for dramatic, panoramic views over the Weald to the North Downs. It gives you an exhilarating experience as you walk along the pathways, alongside nature. Wonderful for walking, especially for dogs and enjoying a picnic on a nice sunny day....More

Thank Caroline B
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

We parked in the National Trust car park and followed the signposted walk which was about 4 miles long. The countryside is beautiful with wonderful views from the top of Beacon Hill. We saw rabbits and deer, and as the path was so well signposted,...More

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Reviewed 21 July 2018

Free parking (machine) for national trust members, so worth joining as there are many like it on the South Downs. Good walks in both directions.

1  Thank Paul L
Reviewed 8 June 2018

Starting from a large car park at the top of Harting Down, you will be able to walk across timeless downland inhabited by many species of plants and animals. With amazing views across the countryside at your feet, you will surely appreciate the wonderful sights...More

Thank RichardMW
Reviewed 23 April 2018

Trees have appeared and dense undergrowth- once kept under control by rabbits- has replaced the open spaces of the last century but the view remains superb. There above the village of South Harting lies the two hills which form the Devil's Spoon. They have lain...More

Thank JennyandDerek
Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

A lovely walk with great views and high winds that will blow the cobwebs out, at no mistake! Worth the heaving breathing to get to the highest view (and the feeling of total lack of fitness watching young children run laughing past you!)

Thank Molly D
Reviewed 17 October 2017

My wife and I (and dog) are walking the South Downs Way in sections. On this occasion, we parked at Harting Down and walked to the five Bronze Age barrows known as the 'Devil's Jumps' - the best preserved barrows on the South Downs. The...More

Thank amiddletonsct
Reviewed 9 October 2017 via mobile

As with much of the walking along the South Downs Way, the walking here is relatively easy with pretty good underfoot conditions and few tough ascents or descents. This allows you plenty of opportunity to appreciate the great views and spot the abundant wildlife.

Thank One_of_the_BOFs
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

What a lovely beautiful walk with amazing views. Great for families, dogs, couples. Can see views for miles around. Have to pay £2 for parking but goes to the national trust. Worth a visit it's a hidden little gem. Be careful though as you might...More

Thank vanessapG8944AN
Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

Go early and sit quietly to watch deers from a distance. Great place to practice QiGong and meditate.

Thank Harjit S
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Response from Molly D | Reviewed this property |
Not to my knowledge. Once you are there it is signposted but, as usual, we just sort of found ourselves there 😊
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