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The Dog and Duck Harewoods Estate Walk

MODERATE 2 reviews

The Dog and Duck Harewoods Estate Walk is a 9.7 kilometer loop trail located near Redhill, Surrey, England that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching.

DISTANCE
9.7 km
ELEVATION GAIN
192 m
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

views

wild flowers

wildlife

pub walk

A circular pub walk from the Dog and Duck in Outwood, Surrey. The Dog and Duck is a delightful pub where everyone is made welcome. From walkers to cyclists and children to dogs, you are guaranteed a warm welcome before or after your walk. The walking route explores the surrounding land, part of the National Trust's Harewoods Estate, taking in a mixture of beautiful woodlands and tranquil open fields and meadows. You will be rewarded with lovely views of the North Downs, an abundance of wildlife, a visit to a windmill and carpets of bluebells in the late spring. The walk has several gentle climbs and descents throughout. Some sections, particularly the woodland bridleways, can get very muddy so good boots are a must or wellingtons with grips in the wetter months. You will need to negotiate some kissing gates, footbridges and 3 stiles (all of which have gaps alongside suitable for most dogs to pass through). Whilst most of the fields are arable, you may be sharing a couple of fields with cattle and one with horses so take particular care with dogs. There is one stretch of road walking on a quiet country lane so take care of traffic at this point. Allow 3 hours.

hiking
27 days ago

We walked this route several times in both directions and sometimes just the shorter version when it was bad weather. It can be VERY muddy. We encountered wildlife so if your dogs have taste for chasing, keep them on the lead. The pub is the best part of it, never let us down, awesome food and very nice staff.

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