Hastings Castle: Hastings Castle was built on the sandstone rocks above the town, by William the Conqueror in 1067. The castle is ruined, but it is still worth to visit, including the dungeons and an exhibition area.
Hastings Train Station: Hastings railway station is the southern terminus of the Hastings line in the south of England and is one of four stations that serve the town of Hastings, East Sussex.
Fairlight Cove: Fairlight Cove is the neighbored settlement and a part of the parish. It suffered from coastal erosion and landslip at Rockmead and Sea Roads.
Winchelsea : Winchelsea is a small town in the East Sussex, within the historic county of Sussex, England. it is located between the High Weald and the Romney Marsh.
Rye railway station: Rye railway station is a station of Marshlink Line, serving Rye in East Sussex, England. It is at 11 1⁄4 miles east of Hastings providing a passing place between two single track sections.
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Hasting: a Coastal Walk with natural view

Hastings, England

Hasting: a Coastal Walk with natural view

Length12.2 mi
Elev. Gain888.9 ft
Est. Steps28000

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Hasting: a Coastal Walk with natural view is a 12.2 mile (28,000-step) route located near Hastings, England. This route has an elevation gain of about 888.9 ft and is rated as hard. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
Starting at Hastings station, you can hike through Hastings Old Town along the seafront. Then up a steep coastal path, walk through Hastings Country Park by the East Hill funicular railway and to Fairlight Glen. Remember to enjoy the scenery.

Fairlight Glen

Fairlight Glen lies about 2 miles (3.2 km) east of the fishing port of Hastings and 1.5 miles (2.4 km) west of the small village of Fairlight Cove on the East Sussex coast. It is a wooded area forming part of the Hastings country park and leading down to Covehurst Bay. This is a naturist beach, but is shared by non-naturist visitors.

St Leonard's Mill, Winchelsea

St Leonard's mill was a post mill at Winchelsea, East Sussex, England which was blown down in the Great Storm of 1987.

Hastings Castle

Hastings Castle is a keep and bailey castle ruin situated in the town of Hastings, East Sussex.

Shipwreck Museum

Tourist Attraction
The Shipwreck Museum is an independent charitable museum in the historic Old Town of Hastings, UK. The museum has artefacts from many ships wrecked in the English Channel from the Goodwin Sands in Kent to Pevensey Bay in East Sussex, including the Amsterdam, a Dutch East Indiaman of 1749, and the Anne of 1690, a warship of Charles II.

East Hill Cliff Railway

East Hill Cliff Railway, or East Hill Lift, is a funicular railway located in the English seaside town of Hastings. It provides access to Hastings Country Park via the East Hill, which overlooks the Old Town and Rock-a-Nore, an area to the east of Hastings. The line provides views over the Stade, home to the largest beach launched fishing fleet in Europe.

Hastings railway station

Hastings railway station is the southern terminus of the Hastings line in the south of England and is one of four stations that serve the town of Hastings, East Sussex. It is also on the East Coastway Line to Eastbourne and the Marshlink Line to Ashford International. It is 62 miles 33 chains (100.4 km) from London Charing Cross measured via Chelsfield and Battle; and 82 miles 33 chains (132.6 km) from Charing Cross via Chelsfield and Ashford.

Hastings Miniature Railway

The Hastings Miniature Railway is a 10 1⁄4 in (260 mm) gauge miniature railway located on the seafront at Hastings, a seaside resort, town, and ancient cinque port, in East Sussex, England. Opened in 1948, it remains a popular tourist attraction. The line was re-opened in the summer of 2011 after a period of reconstruction and restoration, which coincided with a forced closure of the eastern part of the line, to facilitate building work on a new art gallery adjacent to the railway.

Hastings Fishermen's Museum

Hastings Fishermen's Museum is a museum dedicated to the fishing industry and maritime history of Hastings, a seaside town in East Sussex, England. It is housed in a former church, officially known as St Nicholas' Church and locally as The Fishermen's Church, which served the town's fishing community for nearly 100 years from 1854.

Hastings Contemporary

The Hastings Contemporary is a museum of contemporary British art located on The Stade in Hastings, East Sussex and is a not for profit organisation. The gallery opened in March 2012 as the Jerwood Gallery and cost £4m to build. The gallery contains both temporary exhibitions and a permanent collection that includes work from artists including: L.

Gibbet Mill, Rye

Gibbet Mill, Tillingham Mill, Barry's Mill or New Mill is a grade II listed cosmetically reconstructed smock mill at Rye, East Sussex, England. Today it serves as bed and breakfast accommodation.
Route Details


12.2 mi

Elev. Gain

888.9 ft

Est. Steps

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