United Kingdom Halnaker Tree Tunnel

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Jakub Bors

About this spot
The actual path is called Mill Lane, but the locals call it to tree tunnel. It’s a public footpath in Halnaker, a hamlet a few miles north of Chichester in West Sussex, in the South Downs National Park.

The lane follows an ancient track along the Stane Street route, the London to Chichester Roman road. Over the years many have walked along this route forming a hollow way, where the path has sunk, worn away by centuries of footfall.

Once the tunnel of trees has ended, it is well worth continuing along the footpath as it turns north up Halnaker Hill, at the top of which you’ll find Halnaker Windmill. The views across the surrounding countryside are spectacular. You can even see the sea on a clear day.

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