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Bramber Castle Hiking Trip  £35

Join our 4 - 5 hours long walk through history. This hiking trip is a good day out in the countryside with lovely sheep, flower-rich grassland, the famous old castle ruin, the river, and fresh sea air.


We will meet at 9:30 at Shoreham-by-Sea and walk through wide-open grasslands with cattle and sheep. The track is part of the South Downs National park and includes a few moderate hills and  Bramber Castle, one of the oldest Norman castle ruins.

Upper Beeding

After about two hours we will arrive at Upper Beeding with its stunning panoramic views. The perfect place for a picnic, so don't forget your sandwiches!


Surprisingly, the weather is mostly all right. We will walk in any weather conditions, but we have an alternative route planned if it rains.

Choose a date

The Bramber Castle Walk is happening every month. You can choose the date during the booking process!


Bramber Castle Walk

Saturday, 10 April 2021

09:30 - 14:30


Bramber Castle Walk

Saturday, 8 May 2021

09:30 - 14:30


Bramber Castle Walk

Saturday, 12 June 2021

09:30 - 14:30

All you need to know

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How to get there?

Our meeting point La Patisserie Shoreham is not far from the bus station and a 10-minute walk away from the train station.


It takes 13 Minutes from Brighton to Shoreham-by-sea. There is a Street straight from here towards the sea. It will take about 5 - 10 Minutes from the station to the Meeting Point.


The Coast liner (Bus 700) takes about 40 Minutes from Brighton (Churchill Square) to Shoreham-by-Sea. The Meeting point is not far from the bus station. You can check the timetable here!


Driving from Brighton can take between 20 - 30 Minutes up to the traffic. There are car parks next to the station and several other ones close. Please Check the Map!

What to bring?

It is up to the weather. You need to pack different things up to the weather conditions. But please keep in mind that the weather can change, and it can be windy up the hills! Here is a little tick list!

  1. Minimum one litre of water
  2. Sun cover (A hat, sunscreen and a shawl or something to cover your shoulders with.)
  3. Sandwiches for the picnic (cutlery if needed)
  4. Any medication that you need!
  5. Tissues and hand sanitiser
  6. A warm jumper in case it gets cold.
  7. A Lightweight raincoat and rain trousers.

What to wear?

You need to dress different in different weather conditions! Please bring a warm jumper anyway in case it gets windy up the hill!

  1. Good shoes with a good grip. (No Convers!)
  2. A beany hat for wind and sun.
  3. A waterproof jacket (and waterproof trousers!) if it rains.
  4. Cloves
  5. A warm Jumper!

What to expect?

Duration: 4-5 hours
Meeting Point: 9:30 at La Patisserie Bakery at Shoreham-by-Sea.

Our walk will include wide-open grassland and some moderate hills. After about 2 hours we arrive at Beeding Hill, for a picnic. After a short stroll through Bramber, we will explore the Castle ruins.

The last part of the walk will be along the River Adur, passing many local birds, like the grey heron, the little egret and swans. We will be back in Shoreham-by-Sea by 2:30 to 3pm. (All times are estimated!)

From here, you can go to one of the local pubs, explore the port, the famous old harbour or the beach.

What if it rains?

There is no such thing as bad weather, there is only the wrong choice of clothing! Dressing in layers is the best way to keep warm for changing weather conditions!

We will go in any weather, but the route will change if it is too windy and rainy. Surprisingly, it doesn't happen very often. The rain is mostly limited to short showers, and the rest of the day is actually alright. Make sure to wear good shoes, a warm jumper and waterproofs!

What about toilets?

There are toilets at the start, at the end and in Bramber. There are no toilets in the South Downs, but many bushes and not many people!

What fitness level is it?

It is a moderate walk, including a few hills. You need to be fit and healthy enough to walk for about 4 - 5 hours, and you should be able to walk up a moderate slope!

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