Combe Valley Country Park which links Hastings and Bexhill

19 great ideas for winter walks in the Hastings and Rother area

Now we are in January with many making resolutions to be healthier, walking is a great way to get fit and burn off some calories and we are spoilt for choice for some beautiful natural locations in our area.

By Andy Hemsley
Sunday, 9th January 2022, 11:25 am

Whether you fancy a long ramble or just get out for an hour or so to enjoy a short stroll in beautiful surroundings, our suggestions here have you covered.

Hastings, St Leonards and Bexhill have several miles of seafront to enjoy. There are also coastal paths east of Hastings and Rye Harbour Nature Reserve. If you want to get out into the woods and hills there are plenty of choices, including St Helens Woods, Bexhill High Woods, Battle Great Woods and Fore Wood at Crowhurst.

Alexandra park, in Hastings has lots of interesting areas to explore, including wooded Old Roar Ghyll, with its waterfall.

Summerfields Woods can be easily accessed from Hastings town centre for a shorter walk, while Marline Woods can be accessed from the Hollington area. Combe Valley Country Park remains an undiscovered treasure for many and the Brede Valley is a great place to enjoy a peaceful walk away from the noise of traffic.

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