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A circular walk exploring Staffhurst Wood (near Limpsfield), a beautiful old woodland which is popular with families and dog walkers and which bursts into a glorious display of bluebells in the late spring. This walk is part of the Explore Surrey collection, published through a collaboration with the Surrey County Council.
5m circular around Ainsdale Nature reserve starting with the gentle woodland section before moving on to a trickier dry dune section due to a large number of paths crisscrossing the dunes, The final section is through the wet dune section where the path is clearly marked but ponds block the path during wet periods so improvisation or wellingtons might be necessary.
A circular walk around the Banstead countryside, close to Chipstead in Surrey. This beautiful route follows paths through chalk grassland, mixed woodlands and open farmland, all rich habitats for a range of wildlife and flowers. Several of the woodlands are filled with bluebells in the late spring and the chalk grasslands are home to rare plants such as greater yellow rattle and orchids. This walk is published through a collaboration with Surrey County Council.
Circular walkleaving Billinge by Garswood Rd, crossing Barton Clough on route to Chair Wood and then via Longshaw to top of Billinge Hill before descending back to Billinge. Excellent views over Merseyside, Pennines, Welsh and Cheshire hills from the highest point in Merseyside.
A easy walk with a mixture of canal towpath with country lanes and footpath. Plenty of pubs along the way too with at least one at each village. Much of this could be quite muddy in wet weather and on the return journey approaching Cookley there may be horses loose in the field and around the riding school. Please do not feed them.
Walk from Grafham Water Visitor Centre to Over, visiting Brampton, Godmanchester, Houghton, Hemingford Abbots, Hemingford Grey and St. Ives.
A circular easy access walk around Brentmoor Heath near West End in Surrey, taking in the beautiful sections of heath and woodland and with chance to visit the local pub. This walk is published through a collaboration with Surrey County Council.
This walk takes you around the countryside of Chessington near Epsom, Surrey. As you walk this route it may come as a surprise to you how much attractive countryside there is close to the London-Surrey border.
An easy access walk along the North Downs Way with spectacular views, taking in Colley Hill and Reigate Hill and visiting the attractions of Reigate Fort and the Inglis Memorial. This walk is published through a collaboration with the Surrey County Council.
An enjoyable walk in two sections, making it ideal for a lunchtime stop in Capel village. There is an option to shorten the route by completing just the first loop. The walk passes through farmland and woodland, with beautiful wildflowers in the spring. There are good views to Leith Hill and the North Downs.
A circular walk exploring the suburbs around the village of Ash, linking the history of transport in the Blackwater Valley from the old railway path to the canal towpath and riverside path. This walk is part of the Explore Surrey collection, published through a collaboration with the Surrey County Council.
A walk in Staines-upon-Thames, part of which is easy access, taking in Lammas Lakes, Staines Moor, a short stretch of the River Thames and several smaller meadows that form an oasis for wildlife within the suburban area. This walk is published through a collaboration with Surrey County Council.
A circular walk from Godalming Station in Surrey, taking in the woodlands, lakes and old lanes to the south of the town, including a climb to the top of Hydon's Ball where you will be rewarded with magnificent views. This walk is published through collaboration with Surrey County Council.
A circular walk from Godalming Station in Surrey, exploring the valley of the River Wey, west of the town including the medieval stone bridge in Eashing. This walk is published through collaboration with Surrey County Council.
A walk from Ewell West rail station to Malden Manor rail station, following the course of the Hogsmill River and part of the London Loop long distance path. This walk is published through collaboration with Surrey County Council.
A circular walk from Cobham, taking you through the beautiful countryside around Downside and discovering the local history and wildlife. This walk is published through a collaboration with the Surrey County Council.
A circular walk from the village of Grayswood, passing through woodland and farmland. This walk is published through collaboration with Surrey County Council.
This tranquil walk through rural Surrey passes close to the neighboring counties of Kent, East Sussex and West Sussex. The route passes through a number of farms, past fields of sheep, cattle and horses and through woodland. There are extensive views to the chalk ridge of the North Downs, and the Weald to the south. Part of the route follows the Vanguard Way, a long distance footpath linking the London suburbs to the south coast.
A gently undulating walk starting from Effingham Junction rail station, this route passes through woodland, farmland and over several commons. This walk is published through a collaboration with the Surrey County Council. The walk includes a few gentle gradients. The route crosses heavy clay fields and wet low-lying meadows so good walking boots are required all year and wellingtons are recommended in the winter months (when some sections can be very muddy or have standing water).
A great trail for a first hiking experience. Some elevation along the way can be quite challenging and also flat terrains in between. Plenty of nature to explore along the way, water paths, animals and birds to look at. It can get quite muddy during rainy seasons so hiking boots are well worth the investment for this trail.
A circular walk exploring the canal towpath, riverside path, woodland, heath and small settlements around Frimley in Surrey. This walk is published through a collaboration with Surrey County Council.
A circular walk from the pretty village of Godstone in Surrey, taking you on a simple loop through the surrounding fields and lanes via old mills and the adjacent village of Tandridge. This walk is published through a collaboration with Surrey County Council.
A circular easy-access walk around Gatton Park in Surrey, a beautiful area of parkland designed by Lancelot Capability Brown, giving you a glimpse into its diverse history. This walk is published through a collaboration with the Surrey County Council. Gatton Park is very popular so arrive early on peak days otherwise you may find the car park full.
An enjoyable walk from Dormans Station. The trail crosses Lingfield Park racecourse and golf course, it then passes through the Dormans Park estate and past the Cook's Pond Viaduct.
An enjoyable circular walk from Reigate Heath, passing Reigate Heath windmill, Wonham Mill and pillboxes built during the Second World War. There are good views along the walk to the North Downs. This walk is published through a collaboration with the Surrey County Council.
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