A circular walk starting from Cooden Beach Station and heading north past Gotham, then back down past Bexhill Prison and across Hooe Levels and the lost village of Northeye before finishing with a walk along the beach back to Cooden Beach.
There are a number of stiles (approx. 19), walking over fields, beach and several short stretches along the roads.
There is one section where the footpaths are currently closed as a new crop of houses are built on the fields- we will have to make our way through the new housing estate.
Walk Leader: Allison Caffyn
Approximate distance is 9 miles. Total ascent is 429ft.
Meeting point is outside Cooden Beach railway station at 10am. Approximate finish time is 1:30pm.
Details of public transport: Train; No 99 bus goes to St Martha's Church in Cooden Beach
This is walk has no stops en route so please make sure to bring plenty of refreshments. There are food and drink options in Cooden Beach at the end of the walk. If the weather is good, a picnic on the beach at the end of the walk is recommended!
Dogs are welcome but should be kept on a lead throughout the walk. Owners should be aware that Walk Leader's dog is wary of other dogs.
This walk is not wheelchair friendly.
Difficulty level: Challenging