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Great! But one must not be afraid of mud

Good walk - reasonably challenging. Very well described on the app

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muddy
4 days ago

Beautiful!

Very enjoyable and peaceful walk on a still October Sunday, rounded off with a nice pint of Shere Drop. Shame about the view from the viewpiont though. I think London landmarks would only be visible when all leaves have fallen.

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muddy
11 days ago

Watch out for mud, go well prepared with waterproof hiking boots. Also, if it’s been raining lately part of the trail might not be accesible due to water and you might need to find a workaround. There are a lots of trails so watch out to not get lost. There is only one demanding climb but otherwise is a very easy walk and very nice!!

Wet and windy autumnal walk but thoroughly enjoyed the route. Lots of parking at The Onslow Arms. The second half of the walk was particularly lovely with far reaching views from the golf course in Merrow. The woodland walk was picturesque - the straight path through the beech trees towards Shere Road was awesome. The route was pretty muddy in places. The pub was fantastic - the walk is actually promoted on their website. Dogs very welcome - great ambience and very welcoming.

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muddy
16 days ago

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muddy
18 days ago

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muddy
washed out
24 days ago

Second time following this path. Lovely, varied terrain and views. Second time however the river had overflowed and the path had water making it impassable (we ended up taking our shoes and socks off and wading through!) Probably avoid the river section of the route after heavy rain.

hiking
washed out
25 days ago

Varied interesting trail but the boardwalk section was flooded and impassable unless you had high boots - and then it felt rather precarious as a lot of the boards appeared to be missing. Something to note if you’re walking after heavy rain.

hiking
muddy
30 days ago

Great hike and highly recommended, but this trail should be rated easy. There is nothing moderate about it. The trail is well marked with silver arrows directing each turn (similar to the yellow arrows on the Camino de Santiago) and I loved looking for them. The terrain is varied and includes walking through towns, countryside paths, through lovely vineyards and across private fields. It is perfect for a tourist (like me) as the trail starts and stops at a train station. We added in the Box Hill Stepping Stone trail to this route and it added about 3 miles overall. We detoured near the Westhumble Train Station and completed the Box Hill Stepping Stone trail and then returned to this trail and continued to the end in Dorking. I did this trail for my 48th birthday and it was a perfect day and we enjoyed it very much. Only caveat is the trail is muddy in a few places. We were able to get by with only waterproof trainers but the locals were all smartly wearing rubber boots.

Great hike, but it should be marked moderate. The climb is steep up to the top of the hill consisting of mostly uneven steps. The view from the top is worth the effort. The descent was slippery due to clay like dirt which was saturated due to recent rainfall. There were no steps on descent. Also we had to detour and take walking bridge instead of stepping stones as river was high and swift and stepping stones were submerged. We did this hike in conjunction with Mole Gap detouring near Westhumble Train Station

Great walk, hard going at times to get to Leith Hill but worth the hike. Delightful pub at the end!

hiking
1 month ago

Such a pleasant walk. My girlfriend and I came to Leatherhead today by train and walked this trail to Dorking to catch the train home. Such a beautiful walk, lots of nice views and the local people are so nice. Would highly recommend to anyone.

I'd recommend this trail, fairly easy and beautiful views.

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muddy
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Lovely walk through fields and pastures. Thumbs up

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

Great route, steep at first but levels off for most of the rest of the route. First bit will be tricky when wet. Awesome views.

Nice easy circuit of Gatton Park with some fab views. Nice and quiet too. A good walk for a pair of wellies in the Autumn!

really lovely walk Winter and Summer

hiking
muddy
scramble
1 month ago

Probably closer to 6 miles than 5 but I still loved this walk despite difficult wet conditions. I should also add that in this weather the difficulty could go up to hard thanks to two steep stretches which meant the trail became very slippery even with proper footwear, especially the chalky path which is the slope closest to Gatton (see photo).

hiking
1 month ago

We parked in the Stepping Stones pub and went in afterwards. We'd recommend doing the steep uphill at the start rather than at the end if you park in the carpark suggested. Really enjoyable walk with lovely views and mixed terrain.

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