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Walking Trails & Local Info Leaflets & Street Map

Leaflets and maps to download and print

Explore the Area

The Steyning Partnership produces useful guides to the local area that are available to download here, and printed versions are available in the town (Steyning Post Office).


Top 10 Experiences In Steyning & District

There are many local attractions to be explored. Here is our pick of the top things to do and see…

Explore Steyning & District Leaflet

Enjoy the welcoming atmosphere, sit back, relax and experience life at a slower pace.

Steyning & District Business Map

This map shows the location of the shops and businesses in the areas, and the location of car parking.

Steyning History Trail Leaflet

Follow this fascinating tour of about one mile around the pretty streets of our delightful old Steyning town.


Below are a number of local walks with route maps. You will find links to more walks and further information can be found on our Walking & Cycling page.

Three Churches Walk

This is a fascinating tour of three historic parish churches in the villages of Bramber, Upper Beeding & Botolphs.

River & Countryside Walk

Beginning in Steyning, this circular walk takes you along the River Adur with suitable spots for picnicking.

Chanctonbury & Washington Walk

The route of this circular walk takes you out of Steyning to join the South Downs Way and Chanctonbury Ring. 

Rural Retreat Walk

A lovely circular walk starting at the Fountain Inn in Ashurst, through meadows & woodland to Wiston and back.

Heritage Trails

Walking Through Steyning’s Past

The trail will lead you through Steyning’s ancient market town utilising the highways, byways and hidden twittens. The historic footways and buildings have been adapted over the years to suit our lives today, but the footprint of the past remains very much in evidence.   The trail will take around 1.5 hours.  Best to make sure you leave enough time to enjoy the many eateries found within the town, after completing the trail.

A Walk in the Adur Valley

This trail, of approximately 4 miles,  explores the fascinating story of how the communities around the village of Bramber exploited the River Adur, which  flows down to the sea and the surrounding lands, for originally medieval salt making and then the more recent cement industry, which is now no longer in operation.

Upper Beeding

To be found not far from Bramber Castle, Upper Beeding is a charming village that has much heritage of its own – from medieval salt making to providing refuge for fleeing nuns – making it an intriguing place to visit.  Beeding. as the village is known locally,  is mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086) and formed part of the lands gifted by William the Conqueror to William de Braose, after the Norman Conquest in 1066.  This walk of around 2 hours, will highlight some of this wonderful history.

A Walk For All

A Steyning Partnership Project

As a result of the success of the series of walks leaflets in the Steyning & District area, the Steyning & District Community Partnership Visitor and Tourism Group embarked on a project to improve a section of the existing footpath alongside the River Adur, which forms part of the route of the Three Ancient Churches Walk. 

A 2.2 mile route along the River Adur suitable for people with impaired mobility, wheelchairs & pushchairs.