One Saturday a couple of weeks ago, Chris and I took a bus to Seven Sisters Country Park. The bus only took 45 mins and was so much easier than getting the train as it was pretty much door to door! The Seven Sisters are a series of cliffs (due to erosion, there are actually 8 rather than 7 now) that form part of the Southdowns Walk. They run from the towns between Seaford and Eastbourne and along the English Channel. I thought I would share some of my photos from our lovely walk!
Walking from the Seven Sisters Country Park visitor’s centre along the River Cuckmere
We saw a herd of cute cows on our way up..
As it was around 1PM already, we had a quick stop for some lunch when we got to the first cliff top
As you can see, it was pretty windy with a mix of it being sunny and overcast!
Some of the erosion that is constantly taking place..
And finally, at the end of the cliffs at Birling Gap
We then walked back up and through East Dean village before getting a bus back to Brighton!