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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Surrey

[1] Albury to St. Martha's Church - - -: [2] Albury to the Roman Temple on Farley Heath - - - : [3] Albury to Little London and Back - - - : [4] Silent Pool to Albury and Back (Scenic Route) - - - ...
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Category Guildford

'But Ashtead is more than a nature reserve or museum: it is a place where local people and visitors from further away can enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside just a stone's throw ...
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Category Mole Valley

'Round Pond Woods and Chobham Place Woods are owned and managed by Surrey Heath Borough Council. The Borough have created a path through Chobham Place Woods to improve ac ...
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Category Surrey Heath

'In about 1709 Sir John Vanbrugh built a small villa for himself at Chargate Farm, near Esher. Vanbrugh sold the property in 1711 to his friend and patron, Thomas Pelham-Holles, Earl of Clare. The ...
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Category Elmbridge

'Leave the hustle and bustle of Dorking or other towns nearby and explore our countryside. Denbies is a great place for walking, getting closer to nature or just soaking up the stunning views. Dres ...
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Category Mole Valley

The Elmbridge Commons include: [1] Arbrook Common - - - : [2] Esher Common - - - : [3] Fairmile Common - - - : [4] Oxshott Heath - - - : [5] West End Common. The PDF Esher Commons Map covers all of ...
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Category Elmbridge

'There are currently three Local Nature Reserves (LNR) in Epsom & Ewell. These are [1] Epsom Common LNR - - - : [2] Horton Country Park LNR - - - : [3] Hogsmill LNR. Each reserve has its own un ...
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Category Epsom & Ewell

The Act 'gives the general public right of access for "air and exercise" on foot over the Downs. Racehorse training activity, however, has priority over all other users before midday each day'.


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Category Epsom & Ewell

'There are four routes, including a short (450 metres) "Easier Access" loop suitable for wheelchair users. Each walk is shown on the map and on the information boards and waymarked by coloured disc ...
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Category Waverley

The Website features a Picture Walking Tour which 'will take you through a rural landscape of fields, hedgerows, woods and ponds of great wildlife and historical value'.


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Category Epsom & Ewell

'The Country Park boasts an excellent fitness trail, including many large frames set up for free use
which draws people from a wide area around Lightwater..'


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Category Surrey Heath

'Access to the reserves is free and open to all, and a network of both hard-standing and grass paths makes it suitable for pushchairs and wheelchair users.'


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Category Tandridge

Download PDFs from the Website: [1] A Walker's Guide to the River Mole - - - : [2] Leatherhead Riverside Walk - - - : Leatherhead Tree Trail


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Category Mole Valley

You can spend a whole day at Painshill or there are shorter accessible routes around the Serpentine Lake.'


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Category Elmbridge

'The walks are circular, between 2.5 and 6 miles long and may easily be combined to make longer rambles. Most start at the Parish Shop in the village centre where parking is available in one of the ...
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Category Guildford

'See two working farms, ancient woodlands, historic farmsteads and rolling downland, all offering a diverse range of habitats for wildlife. So round up your family and friends, put your best foot f ...
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Category Mole Valley

Access to details of three Walking Routes: [1] Egham to Runnymede countryside circular walk - - - : [2] Simons Wood centenary walk - - - : [3] The Park circular walk at Ankerwycke


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Category Runnymede

Self-led walk packs 'There are seven guided walks around Spelthorne with easy to follow instructions and maps.  The routes are varied in length and one is accessible for wheelchairs and pu ...
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Category Spelthorne

'Titsey is one of the largest surviving historic estates in Surrey and dates back to the mid-sixteenth century.'


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Category Tandridge

'Established in the 20th century, this hillside arboretum has now been maintained by the National Trust for 60 years and has built up a collection of more than 1,000 different shrubs and t ...
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Category Waverley

'As a Millennium project, Witley Parish Council produced a book of walks, as well as two books on the history of the parish. The two histories were reprinted but it was felt that the walks ...
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Category Waverley

Six circular walks have also been created to link with The Millennium Trail: [1] Town and Down (5 miles) - - - : [2] Shabden & Upper Gatton Parks (7 miles) - - - : [3] North Downs Ridg ...
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'There are many fine viewpoints on this circular walk and in several places you can see your earlier route from a new perspective. This part of the North Downs is deservedly popular and the famous ...
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Category Mole Valley

'The Downs Link follows 2 disused railway lines and crosses the Surrey Hills, the Low Weald, the South Downs and the Coastal Plain. Since the trains departed in the 1960's the embankments ...
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Category Guildford

'Your route passes through the newest housing developments slowly moving outwards into the Surrey countryside, indicating how the South East of England continues to thrive.'


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'See the island which once hosted a casino, set up by the houseboat resident who discovered Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel. Discover the history of Hampton Races, see where the suffragettes burnt ...
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Category Elmbridge

'Elstead, Ockley and Royal Commons are part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Special Protection Area and Special Area of Conservation designated due to the Dry Heathland Habitat and the as ...
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Category Waverley

'... This is the second of two guides which we have produced, but they by no means exhaust Epsom’s heritage of the old and the unusual. Anyone who has followed the trails set out will, we hope, hav ...
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Category Epsom & Ewell

'The route affords superb views from the North Downs to the Greensand hills and visa-versa. It follows some of the most attractive paths in Surrey and visits locations special in the history of the ...
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Category 2: 26-50 Miles

'Although we have walked in the area for over 30 years we were amazed at the new things we saw when walking the circuit for the first time. The countryside and the views are so different at various ...
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Category Guildford

Rail Connections 'The route passes within a few yards of Ewell East station ... and within a short walk of Ewell West station ... and of Chessington North station.'


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Category Epsom & Ewell

'The Greensand Way is named after the sandstone ridge, which crosses Hampshire, Surrey and Kent - one of a series of ridges running west to east across South-east England.'


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Category Waverley

'The Voluntary Town Guides provide walking tours that show and explain the town to thousands of people each year.'


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Category Guildford

[1] Woldingham Station - - - : [2] Marden Park - - - : [3] Willey Park - - - : [4] Chaldon Church - - - : [5] Farthing Downs - - - : [6] Coulsdon South/Town Station


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Category Tandridge

Download PDFs of these walks: [1] Haslemere Town Trail 1 (1 mile) - - - : [2] Haslemere Town Trail 2 (1.5 miles) - - - : [3] Swan Barn Farm Walk (2 miles) - - - : [4] Black Down Walk (3.25 miles) - ...
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Category Waverley

Details of six walks: [1] The Hurtwood and Holmbury Hill (4 miles)  - - - : [2] The Hurtwood and Winterfold Hill (4.5 miles) - - - : [3] The Hurtwood and Pitch Hill (4 miles) - - - : [4] Blackheath ...
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Category Guildford

Note that the 'Dillons' mentioned in the description was a bookshop that became 'Waterstones' but the Site is now owned by the clothing company Accessorize-Monsoon. (Waterstones is ...
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Category Guildford

'This is one of the most publicly accessible stretches of the River Mole. It is also one of the most intriguing historically ... The River Mole has, at different phases of its history, been both a ...
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Category Mole Valley

'Passing between the high outlooks of Ranmore Common and Box Hill the trail remains level for its six miles and takes you through the tranquillity of Norbury Park to Denbies, the largest vineyard i ...
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Category Mole Valley

'There is always something new to explore on the North Downs Way. The route benefits from a wealth of wildlife, history, landscapes, attractions, villages and towns all waiting to be disco ...
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Category Waverley

'The Society makes no formal charge for downloading these walks although you may like to consider making a small donation to assist with various campaign costs: [NEW 2014 Walk] A WALK THROUGH TIME ...
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Category Tandridge

'The route goes through ancient woodland and chalk grassland, both rich in wild flowers, and there are good views towards the south coast over the Sussex Weald.'


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Category Tandridge

'The terrain is easy, so any good footwear is fine and there are no nettles or stiles. Your dog is very welcome, although there is one unavoidable stretch along a main road with no pavement.'


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Category Elmbridge

'Surrey Ramblers is not just a walking club. Under the control of Surrey County Council we maintain footpaths, repair stiles and put in kissing gates. We keep a watching brief on footpath ...
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Category Surrey

'Warning! This is a very long walk and you should not try it unless you are physically fit and have back-up support. There are just a few patches with nettles that might be uncomfortable for bare l ...
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Category Mole Valley

'Showcases the work of the Sussex Wealden Greensand Heaths Project (SWGHP). The trail is designed to highlight the outstanding landscape of the greensand hills, their wildlife, history and ...
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Category Waverley

'Starting in ancient woodland at Alice Holt Forest near Farnham, it will meander down through East Hampshire, across the South Downs and on to the sea at Portsmouth ... including 7 rail stations. T ...
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Category Waverley

'Public Art can range from sculptures to lighting schemes, street furniture such as benches to temporary pieces of art such as performances or visual arts projects. Public art is any artwo ...
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Category Spelthorne

The Forum 'has a maximum of 22 members who represent a broad range of interests, including farmers, landowners and those who earn their living in the countryside; users who enjoy the countryside in ...
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Category Surrey

'The hills stretch across the chalk North Downs that run from Farnham in the west, above Guildford, Dorking and Reigate, to Oxted in the east. The grandeur and beauty of these hills embrace an amaz ...
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Category Surrey

'You can also use the Interactive Map to find details of walks and events, look for schools, libraries, and nature reserves, and find out information from the 2001 Census. The map is being develope ...
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Category Surrey

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Category Surrey

'I've now completed the Tandridge Border Path, spread over 6 days of walking [January - February 2010]. If you want to walk the borders of Tandridge, then this well-designed path is the way to do i ...
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Category Tandridge

'This sculpture exhibition is possibly the most extensive display of sculpture in the world. Set within an enchanting arboretum and wildlife inhabited water garden which creates the perfect haven f ...
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Category Waverley

'The Walk begins at the free parking area in Wick Road, near the Bailiwick pub/restaurant ... There are lots of spaces marked out on the side of the road. If you arrive late on a popular day, they ...
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Category 0: 01-10 Miles

'n the middle of the woods at the very end of Withybed Corner, having negotiated a few potholes on the way (after rain!), is a little haven called The Bell; or "The Rat", as that is what The Bell i ...
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[1] Arun valley, near Billingshurst (3 km) - - - : [2] Bexleyhill Common, Lodsworth (5 km) - - - : [3] Black Down, Haslemere (3 km) - - - : [4] Chiddingfold Green - Dunsfold Common (12.5 km) - - - ...
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Category Waverley

'Devised in the early 1970s on behalf of the Wey & Arun Canal Trust, then a newly established body aiming to restore the waterway which had previously linked the rivers Wey and Arun, t ...
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Category Guildford

... I was a member of the sub-committee until I left the area in December 2000. When I returned to live in Surrey Heath in 2011, I discovered that some of the walks leaflets were now seriously out ...
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Category Surrey Heath

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