THE SOUTH DOWNS WAY: Upper Beeding to Pyecombe

About The Journey

DAY 7:  Upper Beeding to Pycombe

An early start again on another beautiful clear morning and yet again a hard climb up a hill – I am not sure I will ever “like” hills – but the climbs are always worth it.  So I trudged up to the top of Beeding Hill full of joy and anticipation of the day ahead.

I could soon see the remains of Bramber Castle down below, take in the views across to the coast and follow the landscape round  inland to the North Downs.

At the top of the first hill of the day I met a couple of horse riders who quickly passed by and galloped across the downs.

I loved the Youth Hostel’s words outside its centre at Truleigh Hill    – “To help all especially young people of limited means to a greater knowledge, love and care of the countryside” and was impressed by the height of…

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