High Weald

Introduction: Worth Way is a 7 mile shared-use route, from Three Bridges to East Grinstead, which is accessible for walkers, horse-riders and cyclists.

Location: Runs from Three Bridges to East Grinstead.

What can I do? Walk, cycle or ride a horse along all or any part of this 7 mile shared-use route.  Walk circular paths around the route to explore this part of the High Weald.

What can I see? In summer explore sunny glades for speckled wood and white admiral butterflies.  Admire the wildflowers that grow here.

What can I hear? Listen for birds such as chiff chaff and nuthatch in the trees.  At Crawley Down pond listen for the Kingfisher as he flies across the pond.

Information available: A trail guide is pdf available (2.11 MB)  which includes a map of the route and circular walks.

Grid reference: TQ388382(OS Map) East Grinstead station TQ288369(OS Map) Three Bridge station
OS Map: 134, 135 (Explorer 1:25,000)
Opening times: Open all year
Prices: Free

Nearest train station: The route starts and finishes at Three Bridges and East Grinstead stations
Nearest NCN route: Route 21 runs along the Worth Way

Where can I park? Parking is available at Three Bridges and East Grinstead stations, the old Station at Rowfant on Wallage Lane and in Crawley Down. Car parks are shown on the map in the leaflet above.

Where can I get further information? West Sussex County Council website