Map sheet number OL11 in the OS Explorer map series is ideal for those seeking adventure in the Brighton and Hove area. The coast can be explored by foot taking in the sights and sounds of Brighton, Hove, Portslade, Shoreham by Sea, Peacehaven and Newhaven on the way. The countryside in this area offers walkers rolling Sussex Downs, pretty villages and plenty of stunning scenery to admire, as well as parts of the South Downs Way. This map replaces the previous Explorer sheet 122 for this area.
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The OS Explorer map for Brighton & Hove is available in both the standard paper version and weatherproof 'Active' version.
Map area overview
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The OS Explorer map of Brighton and Hove is simple to follow for everyone, from the occasional dog walker, to the regular hiker. Whatever your outdoor interests, with this handy fold-up guide in your knapsack, you’ll have no trouble navigating your way from countryside to coast. With every detail covered in the OS Explorer – from pubs and landmarks, to rivers and rights of way – discover hamlets, trails and streams that might otherwise have passed you by.
Stop off for fish and chips on Brighton Pier – the perfect place to experience the traditional English seaside. And explore secret sand dunes and secluded bays near Shoreham-by-Sea. The picturesque village of Steyning offers a perfect base for discovering the Lower Weald and South Downs.
Take the chance to trek to the top of Ditchling Beacon, the highest point in East Sussex, for some spectacular views of the county. Visit the historic market town of Lewes, exploring the quaint castle and stunning natural sites. And with the English Channel, as well as three rivers covered in the map – the Ardur, the Ouse and the Uck – there’s no shortage of opportunity for exciting water-based activities.
Highlights of the area include: Lewes, the South Downs, Ditchling Beacon, Brighton Pier, The Brighton Pavilion, and the South Downs Way.
Whether you’re into cycling, walking, riding or rambling, add the OS Explorer 122 map to your basket now, and get the most out of your outdoor adventures in Brighton and Hove.
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