Bateman's & Holton Hill from Burwash

Introduction to Walk 1838

Photo from the walk - Bateman's & Holton Hill from Burwash

County/Area - East Sussex

Author - Lou Johnson

Length - 5.3 miles / 8.6 km

Ascent - 550 feet / 167 metres

Grade - easy

A lovely East Sussex walk exploring the rolling countryside of the Weald. The route offers the opportunity to visit Bateman's a National Trust property that was the home of Rudyard Kipling. A GPX File is available for download (see walk description).

Walk Description  Map showing start
 

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