Getting around

Eridge Rocks is located in Eridge Green, four miles south of Tunbridge Wells. From the A26 turn into Warren Farm Lane whose entrance is next to a small church. Continue up the private track to a small car park at the base of the rocks. There is a bus stop near entrance of the lane.

There is very good access to all 44 hectares of the nature reserve including the rocks, and the going is generally flat with no stiles or gates. The paths can be muddy in the winter.

Climbing on the rocks is dangerous and should only be attempted if you are a properly equipped, experienced climber.

Tunbridge filmy fern / Neil Fletcher

Tunbridge filmy ferm / Neil Fletcher

News from Eridge Rocks

    • Hair ice

      Hair ice

      This unusual ice formation, known as hair ice or frost beard, was spotted by our Reserve Manager at Eridge Rocks nature reserve in the High Weald.

    • Volunteers rock on

      Volunteers rock on

      Sussex Wildlife Trust volunteers have been working tirelessly over the past few weeks at Eridge Rocks nature reserve near Crowborough, a majestic sandstone rock outcrop set in mixed woodland.

    • New Sussex Geodiversity website

      Sussex Geological SitesAuthor Henri BrocklebankHead of Biodiversity Record Centre and Living Landscapes The Sussex Geodiversity Partnership launched their new website today, www.geodiversitysussex.org.uk. The Partnership comprises a small group of geologists and geomorphologists

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