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Pleasant walk, but the parts around Box Hill can be quite crowded in good weather. Rating as "hard" is puzzling, moderate at most.

walking
4 days ago

Excellent walk with well marked paths, some lovely views and pubs on the way for those that want refreshment.

Great route through the Surrey Hills near Cranleigh

Lovely views really enjoyable walk, also some nice pubs at the bottom of the hill to stop off at.

Lovely walk with some beautiful views, landscapes, pretty houses and 3 great pubs! 1 reasonable climb but really not too strenuous. You could pretend it is to justify that pub lunch!

Lovely walk great views. Car park quite busy.

This has a few steep hills but the views are outstanding. You go through woodlands, fields and through Shalford which is great for a food stop.

hiking
13 days ago

Much better views than I expected, and some nice spots to sit and lunch. A few pubs at the end to finish it off nicely.

over grown
scramble
14 days ago

nice trail, but this app does not provide directions

Good trail, about 3 hrs moderate pace.

16 days ago

easy access and great view

hiking
18 days ago

Great short day walk from London. Perfect for visitors to the area, especially as you can include lunch at Denbies Wine Estate for a treat! Track in good conditions with some steady inclines. Lots of alternative tracks to make it shorter or longer. Highly recommend.

Nice walk with lots of good options to make more challenging. We left the trail in loops to go up to viewpoints which added something extra.

The trail is hard and strenuous as described but it is worth it as there are nice views on a way. I am giving it 3 stars though as the trail is quite noisy because most of it in in vicinity of M25. So it you are after peace and quiet, don’t bother with this trail

Nice varied hike including open space and lots of woodlands. Enjoyed the cows and sheep too!

hiking
scramble
19 days ago

Quite nice although the final climb back to the car park is very steep. Lovely views

I loved this walk. Varied and good views.

some slow and steady uphill but rewarded by long downhill sections , some beautiful rolling green hills.

walking
23 days ago

Nice walk in the countryside. Steep hill to start, nice bluebells in April. Sharpe descent and then a riverside walk. If you are an NT member you can get a tour of Shalford Mill too.

The route to Alderbrook view and Coleman’s farm is actually 200m north of what is marked on the maps.

Just completed this walk on a breezy Saturday in April. Great to have free parking at the train station (weekends). Directions great - backed up again by the useful map. Woodland walk beautiful - hardly saw another person the whole way round. Paths very dry this time of year although obviously muddy in the winter. Some ascents but great views to London at one point. Stopped at The Barley Mow for refreshments - lovely traditional pub. So welcoming and very dog friendly inside and out. Took us about 2.5 hours excluding stops.

hiking
29 days ago

Stunning countryside. Take some refreshments there are some nice areas for a picnic

trail running
1 month ago

Great out and back, added in a little extra up to Box Hill which made for a really nice 25k.

We added a couple of miles to this walk as we started and finished in Rowly so joined the walk at Point 7. We loved this walk and so did our springer spaniel! We thought that the walk up towards Carpark 5 was tougher than Pitch Hill, even though the the paths had been cleared. The whole route was clearly written and easy to follow with the exception of the route down to the road by The Windmill Pub - there are so many bike paths! Not a problem though as you just head downhill! Will definitely do this walk again.

Very hilly and tough but a beautiful walk, definitely worth it. Make sure you get a map from the National Trust Information Hut at the start as you will not get any signal and the app will not pick up your destination. You’ll need the Box Hill Hike Map. Failing that just follow the red arrows.

Lovely views and a bit of challenge with slope and climb. Really worth to do it. National trust centre with refreshments, maps and information point. Can pay for car park by smartphone Ringo app or cash.

Myself and grandson did this walk last weekend enjoyed it a lot including the hike to the top of pitch hill and the last uphill path to the car park just love this app lots of choice good directions and gps for reassurance

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