Friston Forest is huge and has lots and lots of paths for different walks or much longer walks.
This one follows the signs for the “White Horse Trail”… although I am not sure the angles are right to actually see the horse! Try the High and Over walk instead.
Mostly stone-surfaced paths so it shouldn’t get too muddy. Also see the Friston Forest Butchershole walk and the Jevington Lullington Heath walk.
Parking: pay and display car park on Litlington Road with a toilet block. Public transport: nearby bus stops.
Walked, checked, measured and photographed: October 2020
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