Chanctonbury and Cissbury Rings

Standing 783 feet above sea level, the rings offer glorious far-reaching views out to sea and across the countryside. The name refers to the rings of trees planted on the remains of Iron Age Forts situated 2.5 miles apart at Chanctonbury and Cissbury. The route connecting the two follows the crest of the South Downs Ridge, and the descent from Chanctonbury is a highlight for those on two wheels.

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