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A long-distance walking path between Shalford, near Guildford, in the north and Stopham Bridge, near Pulborough, and then onto Amberley, in the south. It covers a distance of 36 miles and follows as closely as possible the route of the disused Wey and Arun Canal, that is currently undergoing restoration. Much of the route crosses private land, so Public Footpaths are used. to access as much of the original towpath as possible. Very popular with walkers it is a haven for wildlife. Open all year round, it can get muddy, so walking boots or suitable footwear is recommended.

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