Hiking on the Seven Sisters
|Seaford Beach Huts|
So last weekend we decided to hop on a train to the south coast and go hiking on the Seven Sisters from Seaford to Seabourne. A 22K walk.
Three walking buddies and I set out bright and early from Clapham Junction and boarded the train all geared up, ready to take on this challenge.
At the shingled beach where the first of many challenging climbs towers in the distance. The coast in this part of the country consists of limestone cliffs steeply dropping into the ocean. Not a good place to be if you suffer from vertigo, but good for some stunning views and plenty of gorgeous photo ops.
|View of the Seven Sisters|
We chose food and followed the muddy path, slipping and sliding along side the river. (We almost lost one hiker to the river, but luckily it only resulted in a muddy bottom.)
|Fishing boats on Seaford Beach|
|Light house near Beachy Head|
With rosy cheeks from being outside all day (and also a little bit from the rum and chocolate milk in the pub) we returned to London Town. Falling asleep to the cadence of the train.