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Healthy walks and cycling

Every Wellbeing service in West Sussex has a programme of walks for people of all abilities. Take a look at the programme for Horsham district here.

If you would prefer to walk on your own, there are 15 self guided walks you can download by visiting https://www.horsham.gov.uk/leisurepages/Leisure/sports/outdoor-sports/walking 

Walking is a great way to be active. There are so many places to walk across West Sussex, from the flat promenades of the coastal towns to the more challenging ups and downs of the South Downs National Park. It’s a low-cost exercise which everyone can enjoy… just find yourself some appropriate footwear. If you are in the Steyning area why not visit the Steyning South Downs website for information on local walks.

Natural England's Walking For Health website has more helpful information on walking, including a local 'Walk Finder'.

The Sussex Wildlife Trust is responsible for many volunteer programmes which operate in the county.  Their website has details of these schemes, which include regular activities in local parks.

Cycling is also a great way to be more active and social. There are many routes in the district, including:





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