There are several car parks around the park, I parked at the top of the hill along the road next to the main National Trust car park. Narrow and windy road to get there.
Most paths are fairly flat with gravel/chalk but are some muddy and uneven patches. Quite hilly, no stiles.
There were lots of ponds dotted around within the heathland, not sure if they are here all year round though or if just a result of the recent wet weather when I visited.
Poo bin at the entrance to the walk from the car park
At 279.7m it's the largest hill in Sussex!
This area is well known for it's views, but it was such a foggy day today I couldn't see further than 50m for most of the time! I did however luckily come at a beautiful time, there was a crazy heavy frost on the trees which looked amazing! It was a magical wintery scene at the start of the walk, and by the time I got back it had melted so quite fortunate!
The area has some beautiful forests, and heathland with ponds dotted around. It was incredibly busy when I visited and is clearly popular with families and dog walkers alike so a mix of open plains to explore and a great social walk.
There are lots of pathways to explore different routes so I would recommend a GPS app if you're unfamiliar with the area, especially if you want to make a longer walk of it than I did which can easily be done.