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“Beautiful walk, stunning views, true Sussex!”
Review of Devil's Dyke

Devil's Dyke
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US$84.36*
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Full Day Small-Group White Cliffs of Sussex Tour...
Ranked #17 of 178 things to do in Brighton
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 5 June 2018

I have grown up with Devil's Dyke in my local area, I absolutely love the views from the top and the walk down to Fulking (less fond of the walk back up again haha). It's great to see the paragliders in action, loads of space for children to run around, fly kites and play. Convenient pub and usually an ice-cream van on warmer days. National Trust car park requires £3 for non-members.

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Reviewed 4 June 2018

Great walks, fantastic views, interesting history, worth a few hours visit on a clear day. We didn't eat so I can't comment on the refreshments other than the suitably resident ice cream van-

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Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

I had not been to Devils Dyke for years even though it is on my door step, I had a friend visiting from India and she loved seeing our green fields so Devil’s Dyke sprang to mind. It was a perfectly clear day and the view is astounding, even our sea looked blue and inviting from up there. A wonderful place for a picnic with the family. My friend was amazed and bemused by the name of the place. Such a good place to take visitors to England to see how green our land is. Will definitely go more often.

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General Manager A, Manager at Devil's Dyke, responded to this reviewResponded 12 June 2018

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Reviewed 28 May 2018

On good visibility days, you can see clearly across the Sussex Weald and all the way across to the North Downs. There's always something to see up here, from the amazing views to the airsports enthusiasts. Parking can be an issue on busy days (there may be a wait for a space) and the food at the pub is pretty lame but for challenging walks and breathtaking views, it's hard to beat

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General Manager A, Manager at Devil's Dyke, responded to this reviewResponded 1 June 2018

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Reviewed 27 May 2018

Started by National Trust car park. Helpful rangers and informative leaflets. Stopped for tea and cake at Saddlescombe Farm - excellent! Did the 'purple' route which took about 3 hours, but yiu can 'mix and match' the various trails. Easy walking with good views.

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