Seven Sisters Coastal Walk- Saturday 03 Aug 2024

Seven Sisters Coastal Walk- Saturday 03 Aug 2024
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BMC Affiliated Club

Come and join us for our most popular day hike, the exhilarating Seven Sisters coastal hike in the South East of England. Experience breathtaking views of the striking and dramatic white cliffs as they tower above the sea below. We will embark on the classic Seven Sisters hike, starting from Seaford and concluding in Eastbourne.

Dogs are welcome on this trail but must be kept on a leash.

Distance: 13 miles (21 km)
Difficulty: Intermediate/Challenging
Rating: 8/10
Elevation Gain: 740 m
Hiking Time: Approximately 5.5 to 6.5 hours of actual hiking


We will meet at Victoria Station from 8:30 am, next to the ticket office, opposite WHSmith and Boots.

This walk is covered by our club's insurance. Our club is registered with The British Mountaineering Council (BMC).


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Maria will be at the meet-up detailed under 'Transport and Meeting Point.' If you have trouble finding her, message her on WhatsApp at 07535295739.


  • Embark on one of the most breathtaking coastal hikes in England
  • Take up a stimulating physical challenge with plenty of manageable options for shortening the route, if required
  • Relish in the stunning views of the coastline for a major part of this hike
  • Conclude your journey in Eastbourne - the sunniest town in England
  • Discover the Seven Sisters National Park - the UK's newest addition
  • Photos - All photographs were captured by the hike leader on previous expeditions, reflecting the actual vistas you will encounter.


This hike offers landmark views, and a chance to fill our lungs with crisp sea air atop the cliffs. The Seven Sisters are a sequence of white chalk cliffs nestled within the Seven Sisters Country Park. They are remnants of dry valleys in the South Downs, formed by glacial meltwater at the close of the last ice age. Coastal erosion has created an additional 'sister'.

Our hike commences in Seaford, home to a Martello Tower dating back to 1810. We will follow the cliffs along the South Downs way, passing Birling Gap and the Belle Tout lighthouse. Remarkably, the lighthouse was shifted to prevent coastal erosion. We'll navigate to Beachy Head, before heading towards Eastbourne for refreshments.


We will pause for a snack lunch during the hike. Post-hike, we will stop by a pub for refreshments.



The fee covers the guided hike and round-trip train travel.


  • Hiking attire & footwear (preferably hiking boots)
  • Water (minimum 1 litre)
  • Picnic lunch
  • Cash for post-hike drinks

We'll handle logistics to ensure a splendid day out.


The cliffs have sheer drops. Maintain a safe distance from the edges.


  • Members: £32
  • Non-members: £39

We plan to return to London by 9:00pm. We have group train tickets, so all participants will depart and return together. Individual travel requires a separate ticket.


Dogs are permitted on this trail but must be leashed.


All visuals were captured by the hike leader during prior trips. This hike is led by a trained leader and certified First Aider. Outdoor activities carry risk. Be prepared with suitable hiking gear. For more info click here.

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Notice: Photos and videos taken during our events are for personal use only. Commercial use is strictly prohibited without prior consent. Please respect the privacy and rights of all participants. For more details, visit our Photo and Video Usage Policy.


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