Following old railway lines, the Downs Link connects the North Downs Way with its southern equivalent.
For 37 miles it steams down the south of England, from St Martha's Hill near Guildford, to Shoreham-by-Sea on the south coast. As you walk along, you can take in the sights, and imagine the smoke that once filled the route.
Published 5 February 2014
The Downs Link follows the trackbed of two former railways; the Cranleigh and Steyning lines.
Published 12 February 2014
The rain’s coming down as the Downs Link gets on its way.
Published 19 February 2014
Bridges, schools and a plethora of old platforms as the trail passes on through West Sussex.
Published 26 February 2014
Sun drenched rivers, old railway tracks and arrival at the sea.
Published 5 March 2014
How to organise your own walk between the North and South Downs Ways.