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Duncton and Sutton

Duncton and Sutton

​This 5 mile walk from Duncton takes you through a mix of landscaped parkland, mature woodland, pastures, fields and streams with a pretty village and pub at the halfway point – perfect!

The walk has several gentle climbs and descents throughout but there are no particularly steep sections. The paths and bridleways can be very muddy at times and, whilst most of the paths are of generous width, there are about three short, narrow sections that are prone to becoming overgrown in summer. You will need to negotiate several kissing gates plus 5 stiles (all of which have gaps in the surrounding fencing that should be suitable for most dogs to pass through). You will need to cross two pastures that may be holding cattle so take care in these fields, particularly with dogs. Allow 2.5 to 3 hours.

Duncton is located about 3 miles south of Petworth in West Sussex. The walk starts and finishes from the Burton Park N-bound bus stop which sits at the junction between the A285 and Willett Close. If you are coming by car, park in Willett Close (with respect for the local residents). Approximate post code GU28 0LA.

The full walk can be viewed and printed via the iFootpath website - Duncton and Sutton This walk is also available on the iFootpath App.

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Location (Map)

West Chiltington and Nutbourne
Balcombe and Ardingly Reservoir