Arundel to Amberley Walk is a 19.6 kilometer loop trail located near Arundel, West Sussex, England that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.
The route has a few climbs and descents including a long climb over the South Downs ridge.
Almost all the paths can be muddy and in the wetter months the South Downs are often thick with chalky clay, so good boots are a must. You will need to negotiate several sets of steps, kissing gates and 12 stiles (all of which have open fence surrounds suitable for dogs to pass through). There are a couple of stretches along quiet roads and you will also need to cross the railway at an unsignaled crossing, so take particular care at these points. You will be sharing several of the meadows and fields with both cattle and sheep. Allow 6 hours for the walk plus extra time for the pit stops, so ideally you should allow the whole day.