1. Seven Sisters Cliffs

Exceat, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 4AD

Image: Miry Giramondo

The Seven Sisters are undoubtedly one of the most famous tourist attractions around Brighton, and they are not  to be missed. Consisting of 280 hectares of chalk cliffs in the South Downs National Park, the Seven Sisters Cliffs offer stunning trails along the coast. Just 45 minutes away from the centre of Brighton on a 12, 12x or 13x Coaster Bus with a return fare of £4-6, the cliffs are perfect for those who love outdoor adventures.

2. Brighton and Hove Ramblers


Image: The Ramblers

The Ramblers are a walking charity with over 500 groups across the UK. For just £3.42 a month you can get unlimited access to group walks, trail routes, product offers, and a welcome pack. Their next walk is a 4.5 mile route around Saltdean on March 4 at 10:30am, assistance dogs are allowed!

3. Sea Front Yoga Class

Brighton Beach Kings Road Arches, Brighton, BN1 2FN

Image: BrightonYoga

Join BrightonYoga’s £8 outdoor classes, where you and fellow yogis can take part in an uplifting and spiritual activity, while enjoying the refreshing sea view. Don’t forget your mat!

4. Axe Throwing

2 Dyke Road Brighton, BN1 3FD

Image: Hatchet Harry’s Axe Throwing

If you’re looking for a thrilling and defying way to get moving, try Hatchet Harry’s Axe Throwing 60 minute sessions at £23.50 per person. They are fully coached and offer a range of  interactive games and opportunities to win prizes.

5. Rock Climbing

Victoria Road Trading Estate, Portslade, Brighton, BN41 1XQ

Image: Boulder Brighton

Boulder Brighton Climbing Centre is the ideal place to go rock climbing in town. Whether  you are a beginner or an experienced climber, their 2 hour sessions starting from £12 are a great way to be active and challenge yourself. 

6. Saltdean Undercliff Walk

Undercliff Walk, Rottingdean, Brighton

Image: Mark Wordy

This free, accessible, easy to walk, run or cycle pathway runs at the foot of  the Saltdean White Cliffs for 5km between the Brighton Marina and Saltdean. For a fun twist on the walk, you can head up to the grass trail on top of the cliffs and get a superior view of Brighton and the sea. 

7. Yellowave Beach Sports

Yellowave Beach Sports Venue, 299 Madeira Drive, Brighton, BN2 1EN

Image: Visit Brighton

Winter is no threat to Brighton’s outdoor activities…Yellowave is a lively outdoor sports venue open year-round. You can book their volleyball courts for £28 an hour, participate in group classes from £9, and join in on their exciting themed tournaments. 

8. Sussex Cuban Salsa Society

The Common Room, Falmer House, University of Sussex, Falmer

Image: Sussex Cuban Salsa Society

Who said exercise has to be boring? Head over to the Sussex Cuban Salsa Society and take part in lively dancing lessons on Mondays and Thursdays from 8-10pm for just £3.

9. Beryl BTN Bikes

Image: Brighton and Hove City Council

These sustainable, easy to rent e-bikes can be found all across Brighton. Not only are they a great way to exercise, but also a cheap way to travel around town. You can hire one through the Beryl app with prices ranging from 4p to 12p per minute, as well as multiple day passes. 

10. Active US Sessions

Sports Centre, University of Sussex, Falmer

Image: University of Sussex Student Union

Active US has got your back! Offering a wide range of weekly sport sessions for Sussex students for just £2, you’ll always have plenty of options to choose from.

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