Sussex Border Path

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The Sussex Border Path, Chase Wood

The Sussex Border Path is a long-distance walking route following the borders of Sussex, from Thorney Island (50°49’16"N, 0°55’16"W), at the sea in the west by the Hampshire border, to Rye (50°56’56"N, 0°43’44"E) in the east, at the sea by the Kentish border.

The main path is 138 miles long, with an additional 33-mile spur known as the Mid Sussex Path which links Weir Wood Reservoir with Mile Oak in Brighton.

The footpath uses existing rights of way to follow the county border and is waymarked.

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