Enjoy a walk in the South Downs National Park, and discover a wide variety of treats in the picturesque villages and hamlets of  Mid Sussex.

More than half of the District's 128 square miles are designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and also encompasses part of the South Downs National Park. Click here for map showing the AONB. These nationally recognised gems are particularly treasured by all those who visit the area. Archaeologists have also discovered much evidence of our Roman, Saxon and Medieval ancestry in this region.

Walking is about enjoying the good things in life - green spaces, fresh air and our local heritage so why not take to your feet and enjoy everything that Mid Sussex has to offer.

By using public transport as part of your walk you will help reduce local congestion, improve the local way of life and  make a difference to the environment.

Discover the history of, and the countryside around Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill by following one of the walks that have been created to explore the history of the towns and their surrounding areas.

The West Sussex website has a lot of information on walks within the West Sussex area (of which Mid Sussex is a part) - take a look and find out about the interesting walks on offer.