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* See: the Cuckmere River valley below Alfriston (viewpoint at High And Over); Firle Beacon, Ditchling Beacon, Devil's Dyke and Telscombe village (not to be confused with the nearby coastal Telscombe Cliffs).
 
* See: the Cuckmere River valley below Alfriston (viewpoint at High And Over); Firle Beacon, Ditchling Beacon, Devil's Dyke and Telscombe village (not to be confused with the nearby coastal Telscombe Cliffs).
  
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Revision as of 22:53, 12 June 2006

South Downs is in East Sussex, England

  • An area of chalk upland that stretches from Winchester in Hampshire to Eastbourne in East Sussex. The energetic can walk the entire length using the "South Downs Way".
  • The eastern end finishes at the sea from east of Brighton Marina to Eastbourne. The section of cliffs from Brighton to Seaford is largely built on, although the cliffs west of Newhaven (River Ouse) are noteworty for being overlaid by Tertiary sand.
  • Most famous are the Seven Sisters (Country Park) and Beachy Head, west of Eastbourne.
  • See: the Cuckmere River valley below Alfriston (viewpoint at High And Over); Firle Beacon, Ditchling Beacon, Devil's Dyke and Telscombe village (not to be confused with the nearby coastal Telscombe Cliffs).


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