Beachey Head And The Seven Sisters

Sussex                                                                                                       All photos by Hetty

25th April 2017

SEVEN SISTERS COUNTRY PARK                                              Map of walk

We parked by the Visitors Centre

then walked by the Cuckmere River

to a lovely view of the Seven Sisters white cliffs

You can see Birling Gap coastguard cottages and the Belle Tout lighthouse – see below

To the west the cliffs are red

Cuckmere Haven

Man standing on a surf board

Next – Lewes

23rd October 2014

It was a grey day, but the cliffs were still dramatic. We stopped at Beachey Head for a short walk, then went for an invigorating walk from Birling Gap.

View towards Eastbourne from Beachey HeadS1054267 copy

Beachey Head LighthouseS1054268 copy

Looking westS1054270 copy

Birling Gap                   National Trust – Birling Gap & The Seven Sisters, Sussex

The Seven Sisters are 7 white peaks

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The visitor centre and cafe are very near the edge nowS1054273 copy

This was a row of 7 coastguard cottages built in 1878, now 4 are left. One was demolished in March 2014S1054274 copy

A very undulating walk along the cliffs – it is quite steep in places.S1054275 copy

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Looking back to Birling Gap and the Belle Tout LighthouseS1054279 copy

Next stop

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