Dog walk

Hollingbury Woods to the Castle


Type of walk

Hilly, Flat

What's here

Off Lead Areas, Pathed Routes

About this walk

Hollingbury Woods is a little gem in the Fiveways area of Brighton. Enter via a footpath on Ditchling Road just before a bowls club and suddenly everything is 100 times more peaceful. Stay to the left of the allotments and the woods will take you up to Hollingbury Golf Course which includes an iron age fort 'Hollingbury Castle'. Be considerate to the golfers and don't amble on the fairways. On the way back you can take the higher path nearer the road, or the open playing fields. You might be able to park at the allotments side road, but don't bank on it.

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