SDW Day 3 (Devil’s Dyke to Houghton)

A view down to the village of Washington Chanctonbury Ring Still on the right route of the South Downs Way

It was the third day of 18 miles of walking, my legs were just about getting into a stride and I hoped not to repeat the mistake of yesterday to walk several miles further. Having diverted to the south I had missed out on the view to the north from Devil’s Dyke yesterday – however I chose the car park with more care today and was rewarded with a glorious view.

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Sussex Ouse Valley Walk

Sussex Ouse Valley Way - a signpost near Furnace Pond Opened in 2005, the Sussex Ouse Valley Way meanders along the valley of the River Ouse in Sussex, from close to its source (near Lower Beeding) to the sea (at Seaford Bay). It is 42 miles long, and I hoped to complete it in 2 days – making the best of what the weather forecasters are suggesting would be the last days of summer weather for this year.

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