Come and join us for a legendary and one of the most spectacular coastal hikes in the South East of England!
We’re off to the Seven Sisters – a series of white chalk cliffs found on the coast of East Sussex by the English Channel. They are thought to have formed by glacier meltwater at the end of the last Ice Age (10,000 BC): the meltwater carved steep-sided valleys, which were then truncated by sea erosion into the cliffs we see today.
On this hike, we will walk the classic Seven Sisters route from Seaford to Eastbourne. This is a challenging hike with 500 metres of ascent spread over 20+ kilometres and virtually non-stop climbing and descending! For pretty much the whole hike we will enjoy stunning panoramic views over the coastline and the English Channel.
Distance: 23 km.
Ascent: 650 metres.
The hike is suited for people with a medium or excellent level of fitness or for those that want to challenge themselves. There will be a total of 8+ hills to hike up and down.
This tour, as well as any other Evebus Tours, can be arranged for private groups. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org with email subject “Private tours”.
Please complete the online enquiry form below and a member of the team will be in touch to discuss your trip.