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Exodus’ UK daywalks have gone from strength to strength since we introduced them in 2012. Our selection of day walks, all easily accessible from London by rail, includes the best of British countryside, from rolling hills, agricultural scenes worthy of John Constable and dramatic windswept coastlines. Whether you’re looking for a taste of what Exodus' walking and trekking holidays are all about, or just looking for a lovely day out, these daywalks offer a great way to get out and enjoy the countryside. We've paired up with UK leader Alex, a "dynamo of energy and enthusiasm", from Hike to Indulge, who leads all our UK daywalks.
“I loved the last daywalk I joined – Alex led us through the beautiful countryside of Oxfordshire, we had a delicious riverside pub lunch and the sunshine was out – a perfect trekking day!”
- Walking & Trekking Programme Manager, Chloe Knott
Please note that Exodus loyalty discount is not applicable to UK trips.
Date: 26 July 2014
The most challenging of our daywalks, this coastal hike offers spectacular views along the chalky Sussex coastline. This is the tail end of the South Downs Way, and we take a circular route along the coast and back through Friston Forest. If time allows, we can stop for a cheeky half in the local microbrewery.
Price: £39 per person including pub lunch.
Start point: Meet at Seven Sisters County Park, Exceat, Seaford BN25 4AD
Start time: 11.00am, approx. finish time 4.30pm
Min group size 6, Max 16
Trip Code: TUM
To book, when available, please call 0845 863 9600 - Please note that Exodus loyalty discount is not applicable to UK walking holidays
Please note: None of our UK Walking counts towards your Exodus Loyalty Rewards. These will not count as one of your trips.
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Wanderlust writes: 5 reasons group hiking is cooler than cocktail hour. (July 2012).