Hearty hike, a seafront stride out or a gentle stroll – here are some ideas for local area walks to suit all ages and abilities.
An Iron Age hill-fort built around 2,500 BC, Cissbury Ring was an important site for Neolithic flint mining. Ideal place for a family walk, don't forget the picnic!
High Salvington Windmill is a fully restored Grade II listed windmill, which dates from around 1750. The windmill gives an excellent opportunity for kids (and adults) to get an insight into the past, learn about old machinery and local history as well as the restoration process.
Parkrun - free, timed 5km run on Worthing Seafront every Saturday 9am, suitable for all ages and abilities
If you are looking for an opportunity to get out in the fresh air - Worthing's wide open prom is accessible to all. Head in either direction and enjoy a walk with a good stop off point for lunch or dinner.
Running on the South Downs is one of Rachael's favourite things to do. As with all runs on the South Downs there are hills involved, but what goes up, must come down!
Worthing’s friendly laid back atmosphere opens up a world of outdoor fun for all ages
Worthing ticks all the boxes for an outdoorsy weekend. Plus check out our perfect active weekend kit list.