Discover ancient villages, woodlands and folklore on guided and self-guided walks in West Sussex
Tree Tunnel and Windmill Walk
Arundel Self-guided Treasure Trail
My daughter and I walked with Kathryn today and had a fabulous time! Not only is Kathryn a lovely person, but she also knows a lot about the area and is an excellent storyteller. She happily adapted to our pace and preferences and at the end gave me plenty of tips about where to eat and tour locally. We chatted and laughed and it felt like walking with a friend. Highly recommended – thank you, Kathryn!
A 3.7-mile walk through beautiful bluebell woods in spring and fall foliage in autumn with stunning views and a folly along the way. Download our free, printable PDF for full instructions for this circular woodland walk.
This was SO much fun! Kathryn is not only warm and welcoming, but full of amusing local anecdotes and in-depth knowledge. The area is beautiful and I enjoyed every second, I thoroughly recommend this walk.
Foraging is a great way to reconnect with nature. It teaches us about our local environment while instilling in us a sense of stewardship be it in a city park or the open countryside. Here are my notes on responsible and safe foraging.
I went on the Tree Tunnel Walk in mid-November. The landscape was amazing with all the autumn colours and beautiful views from the hilltop. Kathryn shared a lot of facts and stories about Halnaker area and we also had a nice conversation about travelling. Halnaker is definitely a hidden gem worth visiting and it is even more with Kathryn as a guide.
All you need to know about foraging and using marsh samphire plus my favourite marsh samphire recipe, roasted new potatoes.