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Devil's Dyke 18 Miles of Ups & Downs

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Devil's Dyke 18 Miles of Ups & Downs

5.0 · 1 review

Brighton, East Sussex

BN1 8YL Devil's Dyke Cottages, Brighton, United Kingdom

Sun 22nd October 2023

Starting at 08:30

1 race


Organiser's Description

The artist John Constable declared this spot ‘the grandest view in the world’. Vast views over the Sussex Weald ensure Devil’s Dyke is a popular place to walk, rest and play.

This is also a fantastic place for us trail runners to get together as a group and enjoy the finest parts that Sussex has to offer.

18 miles plus change of glorious and beautiful trails to enjoy. This run has its fair share of ups and downs and is ideal for marathon training, mileage building towards ultra distances or simply a fantastic run in its own right.

This is not a race, the aim of this event is to run together, encourage each other and enjoy the day.


  • Devils Dyke 18 Miles of Ups & Downs

    18 Miles Group Social Run




  • Devils Dyke 18 Miles of Ups & Downs

    18 Miles Group Social Run



Course Details

This course is hilly to say the least, with around 3700ft of ascent over 18 miles of trails this is not for the faint hearted. :-)

Happy to send a course map or GPX before the day.

What's Included

Location and meeting point will be sent before the day.
A run with me and whoever else signs up.
Good company, good chat and a chance to share trail running tips between us.
Bring Facemasks if required.
Again, not a race, this is a social running event designed to bring people together, to share a run , enjoy the views and generally have a nice time on the trails.

Great Views
Lots of ups & Downs
Excellent Training Run
Social and Fun

How to Get There

Devil's Dyke car park is 2 miles north of A27 Brighton ring road, and just off A281. Take the Hove junction from the A27 and head north (signposted to Devils Dyke). Follow the road and keep bearing left at any junctions until you reach the Dyke. (Unfortunately there is no post code for the car park).


The car park at Devil’s Dyke:
Pay & display parking at Devil’s Dyke as follows: £1.50 for up to 1 hour; £3 for up to 2 hours; £4 for up to 4 hours, £6 all day. Payment is by cash or PayByPhone. National Trust members, motorcycles and Blue Badge holders park free. National Trust members should scan their membership cards at the machine and collect the ticket to display in their car.


Devil's Dyke, Nr Brighton, West Sussex
Car Park


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·a year ago

Thanks Perry for a very hilly run it was nice meeting everyone and even the rain didn’t put a downer on it especially with all those ups 🥰

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