The Forest Way
This 10-mile route is flat and traffic-free, with seats and picnic benches along the entire route, making it the perfect day out for families. The Forest Way takes you through the heart of the East Sussex countryside where you might spot dragonflies, newts, swallows, badger tracks, deer or foxes.
This lovely 10-mile traffic-free shared-use path links East Grinstead and Groombridge along a disused railway embankment
It is ideal for families, less experienced and occasional cyclists, walkers, and horse riders.
Part of the Downs and Weald cycle route, this tree-lined path takes you through the heart of the East Sussex countryside, through small fields and farms among wooded, rolling hills.
The area is part of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and provides an important habitat for wildlife.
As you travel along the route try and spot dragonflies, newts, toads and frogs.
You might also be lucky enough to see swallows, badger tracks, deer and foxes amongst the fields and woodlands.
The route also passes the village of Hartfield which was the setting for the much-loved AA Milne tale Winnie the Pooh.
This 10-mile route follows a disused railway line and is flat and traffic-free, making it the perfect day out for families or less experienced cyclists.
There are seats and picnic benches along the entire route.