Just to show that I'm not just about being critical of others, here is a link to a load of walks, mainly in the park, accessible by public transport http://www.travelloglewes.co.uk/index.php?page=walking
Please don't forget those of us with "Special Needs" ...
Public Transport is virtually a no-go area for larger off-road Mobility Scooters ....
Stiles and tight kissing gates another stopper unless a pass-gate with a RADAR red padlock is provided ...
Handy if leaflets etc give some indication of obstacles and ground condition ...
Gets a bit lonely if we have to find our own way around .... |;-(
I've posted a number of wheelchair accessible rambles and rambles for those who find stiles difficult at http://www.sussex-ramblers.org.uk/publications/accessible-rambles I'd like to see the National Park doing more though!
Thanks very much for your comment regarding routes. I joined the South Downs National Park Authority in November, and as part of my role I'll be developing a number of publications including walk and ride leaflets. I'll also be looking into developing accessible routes. All of these routes will be added to the website as and when they are available. For now, please see some of the walk and ride leaflets that were developed earlier this year on this link http://www.southdowns.gov.uk/enjoying/outdoor-activities/walks-and-.... There are also a number of accessible routes available on this link: http://www.southdowns.gov.uk/enjoying/outdoor-activities/access-for.... We're looking to refresh these soon. Thanks, Carrie
Here are some walks designed by Liss Parish Council for use with public transport starting from Liss. Includes maps & gps tracks.
The set of leaflets can also be purchased for £3.50
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