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- I Footpath website link: http://bit.do/Sussex-Hospices-Trail
iFootpath has teamed up with Friends of Sussex Hospices to create a trail dedicated to raising awareness of the work of the hospices in Sussex. Click on the website link provided above for full details and map.
The Sussex Hospices Trail is a 200 mile (320km) circular long distance path that starts and ends in Chichester. Using existing footpaths and bridleways, the trail guides walkers on an exciting, rewarding and sometimes exhilarating journey around the Sussex countryside. It is the perfect way of experiencing all that Sussex has to offer, from seaside promenades to riverside pastures and tranquil woodlands to the bracing tops of the South Downs. The variety of the route is a real treat and there are lots of landmarks to visit along the way too. If you’ve ever fancied visiting Arundel Castle, Battle Abbey, Brighton’s i360, Glorious Goodwood or Chichester Cathedral then this is a great opportunity to do just that.
To make life easy for walkers, the trail has been split into 26 Parts, each starting and finishing at a point with public transport, meaning that walkers can bite off as much or as little of the trail as suits them, or spread the completion of the trail over a number of weeks or months.
Each of the 26 Trail Parts is published as a comprehensive digital walking guide with turn-by-turn directions, photos, interesting local facts and a live GPS map. Follow the trail using the iFootpath App and you will see your location on the live map as you walk – say goodbye to those wrong turns!
iFootpath, is a website and App to inspire people to get out and enjoy beautiful walks across the UK. From town trails to riverside strolls and countryside rambles, they are building a library of walking guides for everyone to enjoy – be it alone, with your dog or with family and friends.
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