From the dramatic landscapes of the South Downs National Park in the South to the gently rolling High Weald in the North there is much to see and explore in the Horsham District with a significant part of the District designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Woodlands are a particular landscape feature, with the extensive St. Leonard's Forest to the east of Horsham reputedly home to an ancient dragon. Two main rivers divide the District, the Arun passing through Horsham, Pulborough and Amberley to the west and the Adur meandering past Henfield and through Bramber to the east. There are footpaths, bridleways alongside both rivers, as well as superb walks around lakes and ponds of the area.
Self Guided Walks
The Visitor Information Centre has put together 14 circular walking routes. A hard copy of the guide is available to purchase for £3.00.