Frimley and Frimley Green

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Frimley and Frimley Green is a 9.8 kilometer loop trail located near Camberley, Surrey, England that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips.

Distance: 9.8 km Elevation Gain: 168 m Route Type: Loop


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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. The walk is almost entirely flat with just a couple of gentle slopes. There are no stiles or kissing gates on route, but there are a few flights of steps and two simple gates. The majority of the paths and tracks are surfaced, but some of the stretches through woodland and heath can get very muddy after wet weather. There is no livestock on route and the woodland and heath sections are very popular with dog walkers. There is a rail track crossing on this path. There are public toilets in Frimley Lodge Park (at the start of the walk) and also on Sturt Road at Frimley Green (towards the end). There are many options for refreshments on the way round. There is a cafe in Frimley Lodge Park, a range of restaurants and takeaways on Frimley High Street about half way round (including Ye Old White Hart pub) and a range of shops and takeaways at Frimley Green towards the end (including the Rose and Thistle pub). Ordnance Survey Map: Explorer 145 Guildford and Farnham. This walk follows public footpaths and bridleways which cross private and public land. Information is included for your interest, but please respect people's privacy, keep dogs under control and remember the Countryside Code.

4 months ago

Nice to do a more “suburban” walk. Canal then MOD forestry where we spotted a deer. Some road work but varied terrain. Gorgeous church yard. The walk alongside the A331 means you can hear the road to a degree but the ponds and nature reserve there are lovely. Lots of wildlife - we saw a white heron in the trees. Nice to see old gravel pits being returned to a natural habitat. We stopped for a drink at the end at The Rose and Thistle pub. Very welcoming and dog friendly.

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