The book-lover can be immersed in the myriad literary Bogota Map associations of Rye; the church historian will, on a day's walk in West Sussex Bogota Map, meet a vast range of ecclesiastical architecture from a lofty college chapel to a cosy country church with ancient wallpaintings; the walker in search of unspoilt downland countryside and majestic views will love the hilltop march from Amberley to Findon; and even those with an interest in the paranormal are not neglected, as an innocuous walk through the streets of Brighton conjures up memories of ghostly apparitions of bygone years.
Each walk described in this book is accompanied by a map and prefaced by essential information including accessibility by car and public transport, length, duration, refreshment facilities en route, and conditions. This information should indicate to you whether you are capable of completing the walk, given the physical fitness of you and your walking companions, and the time of year you are thinking of undertaking the walk. If you're not sure whether you are capable of completing a given walk, the simple answer is to go on some practice walks round your locality and these will tell you how many miles you can reasonably manage, although bear in mind that several walks in this book do require some up-and-down work.
Which brings me to the subject of equipment.
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None of the walks in the book require specialist walking or climbing equipment – the terrain is never severe enough for that -but there are some minimum requirements which apply to virtually all the walks.