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trail running

nature trips

partially paved

bird watching

wild flowers


historic site

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pub walk

over grown
4 days ago

Brilliant walk on this trail today in the glorious sunshine. Very quiet, empty car park, x3 pubs on route! The Abinger Hatch was lovely near the end for lunch and rehydration. Beautiful scenery, at times the path can be quite overgrown and lots of stinging nettles so I would avoid shorts. It's just a shame the app doesn't provide written directions as that would have been beneficial, but managed with gps. Took 3.5 hours including pit stop!

22 days ago

Lovely walk, great views, mixed trail, brilliant pubs on either side too! Yeoman Inn at Dorking and The Gomshall Mill in Gomshall

no shade
22 days ago

23 days ago

Great walk with fab views. We managed to eat at the Golf Club which was a pleasant interlude. The last waypoint is tricky but just keep going uphill back to the Greensand Ridge. Great app too.

Great route & Easy to follow. Worth grabbing a leaflet from the National Trust hut before you set off but it’s easy enough to follow the red arrows as you go round. Hills are hard work but the views are worth it :)

Lovely walk. Quiet and very picturesque

Completed the orange and purple trails on the warmest day of the year. Views from the Tower are amazing and the paths are really well sign-posted. Lots of nature to spot ranging - highlight was a guard llama. Will return to complete more of the trails.

A delightful walk, done on a warm, sunny day, stopping at The Abinger Hatch for a refreshing drink before the last stretch. We had our dog with us and she likes to scamper around which she couldn’t do on quite a bit of this walk as there are fences with barbed wire. Nevertheless there were ample chances for her to run too, so don’t let that put you off. The views were lovely and it was delightful to walk through such a mix of open countryside, fields, farmhouses, woodland and villages. This was our first walk using this app and I thought it was excellent. Good interface with clear instructions. All round a great experience

Lovely circular walk starting at Boxhill & Westhumble station following out through Polsden Lacey, Ranmore, Denbies Wine Estate and back to the station, in places it can be a little tough with some steady uphill climbs but there are some magnificent views across the downs there’s a couple of places to stop for refreshments the walk takes about 3 hours, I recommend a good pair of walking boots.

Great walk ,80%pretty flat ,one really steep hill ,and one flight of steps ,some road walking ,but this walk is not hard ,I'd class it as moderate ,when I had completed the walk I did not feel exhausted!!

Great walk for a sunny day with incredible views of the vineyards. Most of the trail is pretty well signposted apart from a few that have fallen off. The path is very narrow about 2k in with nettles on one side and barbed wire on the other, not good if you lose your balance. A very boring and endless flint track hits you in the middle but persevere for the views from Steers field. Watch out for the trials bikes.

Did this walk with baby in rucksack. Manageable with inclines. Wotton Hatch is a nice pub. We booked because can be busy. Last part of walk on roads is a bit hairy but only half a mile.

Really enjoyed this walk.

Lovely walk with a variety of surroundings. Woods, riverside, village, heathland. Not very strenuous except where walking on sand but quite a distance: we parked slightly south of the car park which added a mile total

Decent walk, not too much elevation. only two downfalls is the couple of roads you have to cross. otherwise not too difficult. thanks!

Would definitely recommend this walk to anybody with a dog! Be prepared for the super steep hill at the start of the walk but after that it is very enjoyable. Lovely walk which takes you all through countryside and past St Marthas Church which overlooks Chilworth and Albury.

over grown
1 month ago

Lovely route, definitely harder than moderate though that’s for sure! Lots of stairs and inclines, but beautiful none the less! Enjoyed the cows too!

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

1 month ago

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

1 month ago

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.

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