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Sat 25 January: Crowborough to Eridge; 6 miles

Horseriders on the bridleway through the wood called Pocket BirchesA gently hilly walk through East Sussex farmland and woodland. There will be a meal break about half way at the Boars Head Inn in Boarshead.

The walk, including the meal stop, should take around four hours. You can download a map and elevation profile here.

You can also look at a map and aerial photograph side by side at the brilliant Where's the path? site, though the route is not marked on that.

Meet at Crowborough station at 1109, or on the 1007 Uckfield train from platform 10* at London Bridge. This train can also be boarded at East Croydon (1022, platform 6*).  If you are travelling by train, buy a cheap day return ticket to Crowborough, which is the farther station from London.

If you are planning to come on this walk, please click on this Doodle poll link to let us know - this will not be taken as a binding commitment, but does help by letting us know roughly how many people to expect (and where to expect them). 

For more information about this or any other PFA walk, phone me on 07904 286774, or email me at secretary@pfalondon.org

Andrew Dodsworth

* Platforms are as given on Railtrack website, but may be subject to change.

Photograph of Horseriders on the bridleway through the wood called Pocket Birches Copyright Robin Webster and licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence