Black Girls Hike: Sussex -Devils Dyke Circular (4th Sept) Easy / Moderate

Saturday 4 September 2021

Difficulty: Easy/ Moderate – A circular walk taking in Devil’s Dyke, the South Downs Way and the small village of Poynings. There are stunning panoramic views as you explore the longest, deepest and widest dry valley in the UK.


The paths are firm for the most part but the sections through woodland can be very muddy after rain and in winter. The walk includes one long, steady descent and one long ascent via a very steep flight of steps set into the woodland. There are some stiles and gates.

Age: 18+

How much is it? Suggested donation £5 As a registered non-profit, your support helps our community grow. Enabling us to provide opportunities for Black women across the UK to explore and reconnect with nature.

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As the name suggests, this is a safe space for Black/Mixed Race women of Black African Caribbean descent. We are not a BAME, POC, BIPOC, WOC, Politically Black or Ally organisation.

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