Burpham and North Stoke is a 7.4 kilometer loop trail located near Arundel, West Sussex, England that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and running.
A circular walk in West Sussex, from the charming village of Burpham to North Stoke and back. This varied walk takes a northerly and pretty route along the River Arun before leaving it to reach the small hamlet of North Stoke. It returns to Burpham by an alternate route.
The walk is relatively flat, although there are some steady gradients up and down. The route along the Arun involves crossing the Barnham to Victoria railway line (at an official but unsignalled crossing). There are a number of gates and stiles along the way, most of these stiles having access for dogs to pass through (our springer got through them all unaided). You will cross one meadow that is likely to be holding sheep and there was also evidence of cattle in some of the fields along the way. Allow 2.5 hours.