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He’s written some lovely books about finding great spots to swim, and he kindly gave a great talk at the recent Night of Adventure.Here he shares a microadventure idea from his new book.
Chactonbury Ring is a great choice (as long as you avoid summoning the devil by running backwards round the site in circles), as well as the lesser-known Wolstonbury Hill.
Head up the hills as the day draws to a close to bivvy out under the stars.
From ancient forts to ancient trees – head into The Mens woodland in search of the centuries-old Idehurst Oak, whose huge fallen branch provides a habitat for insects and newly-grown plants.
Three cool rivers run north to south, like prongs of a fork, offering swimming and kayaking galore.
You can canoe on the Adur, but to the west the Arun provides the better swimming, both near Arundel Castle and on the meadows of Waltham Brooks at Greatham.
The fields and woodlands around here are alive with birdsong, while the dunes stretching toward Littlehampton offer a small oasis to those seeking solitude.
Wake up wild at Castle Rings, the wilder alternative to the popular Devil’s Dyke.
Canoe or swim with the tide from Arundel to Greatham Bridge Climb to the top of Cissbury Ring hillfort and gaze out towards the sle of Wight.
Taste seasonal food at the Half Moon in Plumpton Explore Mount Caburn’s orchid-rich grassland.
To the east, the Ouse was made famous by the Bloomsbury Group, near Virginia Woolf’s house at Rodmell.
Upstream on the Ouse, the open fields of Barcombe Mills are a perfect place for cricket, leapfrog and other riverside games.
The Ouse here is deep, with pretty grassy banks, ideal for cooling down after cartwheels or diving in for a long swim among the rushes.