Balcombe, Ardingly Reservoir and the Ouse Valley Viaduct
- Dog friendly
- Refreshments kiosk
- Potential livestock
- Water sports
- Potential overgrowth
- Bird spotting
- Good phone signal
- Wildlife spotting
- Historic site
- Great for running
- Starting AddressRailway Station, Balcombe, Haywards Heath, UK
Did you know
The Ouse Valley Viaduct (built in 1838) is made up of around 11 million bricks. These were mostly shipped up the River Ouse (via Newhaven and Lewes) from the Netherlands.
The station car park is free the park over the weekend and off peak through the week. You could alternatively park at the Ardingly Reservoir car park but please note that opening hours at 9am to 5pm.
The path takes you through a few fields that could potentially contain cattle.
The fuel stop
- Fuel Type Pub
- Location on Route At the start
- Address The Half Moon Inn Balcombe, Haywards Heath Road, Balcombe, Haywards Heath, UK