10 Outdoors- Other in East Sussex that you should visit - With photos & details

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10 Outdoors- Other to explore in East Sussex

East Sussex is a county in South East England. It is bordered by the counties of Kent to the north and east, West Sussex to the west, and Surrey for a short distance to the north-west, as well as the English Channel to the south.

Bateman'sBateman's Ln, Burwash, Etchingham TN19 7DS, UK

The Bateman's estate consists of 300 acres of beautiful High Weald Countryside. Set within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The house was built in 1634. Kipling's widow Caroline bequeathed the house to the National Trust on her death in 1939. The house is a Grade I listed building.

Cuckoo TrailCuckoo Trail, Hailsham, UK

The Cuckoo Trail is one of the most popular family cycle rides in the South East. The trail takes you through woodland, open grassland, and pasture. Along the way you can spot green woodpeckers, orchids, seasonal wildflowers, oak sculptures and carved wooden seats. One of the iconic location where you can spend some good time with your family.

Forest Way Country ParkForest Way, Hartfield TN7 4BJ, UK

The Forest Way is situated in the heart of the beautiful East Sussex countryside. It is approximately 10 miles long and is used for walking, cycling, horse riding and the quiet enjoyment of the countryside. This linear Country park providing walking, cycling, horse riding and the quiet enjoyment of the countryside. It runs for around 16 km from East Grinstead to Groombridge.

Hastings Country Park148 Martineau Ln, Hastings TN35 5DR, UK

Hastings Country Park Nature Reserve is the most prestigious area of biodiversity management in the Borough. It is the largest area of public open space in the borough. as well as heritage designations such as scheduled ancient monument. The site is renowned as an area of archaeological importance. The park supported considerable human activity in prehistoric times. Archaeological finds and landmarks date from Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Romano-British, Saxon, Med

High Rocks National MonumentHigh Rocks Ln, Tunbridge Wells TN3 9JJ, UK

High Rocks is a 3.2-hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest west of Tunbridge Wells in East Sussex and Kent. It is a Geological Conservation Review site. The location was formed when a melting ice sheet at the end of the last ice age uncovered hardened silt deposited when the area was part of the Wealden Lake. There are traces of Middle Stone Age and Iron Age residents, including a 1st-century A.D. fort guarding against the Roman invasion.

Long Man of WilmingtonS Downs Way, Wilmington, Eastbourne BN26 5SW, UK

The Long Man is Europe’s largest portrayal of the human form, dating back to at least 1710 when the surveyor John Rowley illustrated the figure.  The Long Man is 235 feet tall, holds two "staves", and is designed to look in proportion when viewed from below.

Rye Harbour Nature ReserveHarbour Rd, Rye TN31 7TX, UK

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is one of Britain’s most important conservation sites, a rare coastal landscape of outstanding geological, biological, cultural and heritage value on the unspoilt coastal boundary of East Sussex and Kent. One of the unique location which provides information about unique wildlife and nature.

Sedlescombe Organic VineyardHawkhurst Road, Sedlescombe, Robertsbridge TN32 5SA, UK

Sedlescombe Organic is proud to be the oldest organic and biodynamic certified vineyard in the UK, Est.1979. England's oldest organic wine estate comprising 22 acres organically certified vineyards. An independent business established in 1979 by Roy Cook producing 30,000 bottles of ‘Estate Bottled’ English wine annually.

Seven SistersSeven Sisters, Eastbourne BN20 0AZ, UK

Seven Sisters Country Park is a beautiful East Sussex hotspot. The Chalk cliffs and foreshore at Seven Sisters reveals a diverse ecosystem dating from the Late Cretaceous epoch, 87-84 million years ago.  The iconic coastguard cottages, Cuckmere Haven and the clifftop walk to Birling Gap make for an epic tour. One of the beautiful location which will rejuvenate your mind and body.

Weir Wood ReservoirWeir Wood Reservoir, United Kingdom

Weir Wood Reservoir in the Ashdown Forest is mostly water, surrounded by strips of open grassland, scrub and woodland. Low lying meadows also form part of the reserve. Access to the north and south of Weir Wood affords great views of this large water expanse, as well as exciting birdwatching opportunities. This is one of the largest bodies of open water in the county and it has rich and diverse communities of breeding, wintering and passage birds.