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The Haycutter Oxted Walk is a 3.2 mile loop trail located near Oxted, Surrey, England that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Length 3.2 mi Elevation gain 508 ft Route type Loop

Hiking

Walking

Partially paved

Views

Wildlife

Historic site

Pub walk

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Getting There

A circular pub walk from The Haycutter near Oxted in Surrey. The Haycutter is a beautiful country pub restaurant and makes the perfect place for refreshments before or after your walk. The walking route leads you through stretches of meadows and woodland, visiting an old mill, a lovely church and a beautifully-kept golf course along the way. You will have views to the North Downs and also across the Sussex and Kent countryside to the south. The route has several steady climbs and descents throughout, but there are no steep sections. Some of the grass meadows and woodland bridleways can be very muddy, particularly after rain and in winter, so good boots are recommended. You will need to negotiate several kissing gates plus 3 stiles (the stiles all have fence gaps alongside which should be fine for dogs up to labrador-size, but larger dogs may need a hand). You will cross one sheep pasture, plus some grass meadows that are often empty, but sometimes hold horses. One stretch of the route crosses a golf course, so please watch out for any stray flying golf balls. Allow 1.5 hours.

Oxted is located about 4 miles south-east of Junction 6 on the M25. The walk starts and finishes at The Haycutter pub on Tanhouse Road, south of the town. If you are coming by car, the pub has its own large car park. Approximate post code RH8 9PE. If you are coming by train, Hurst Green rail station is just a half mile (10-minute) walk from The Haycutter.

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Alex Evans
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Walking

Really good trail, some cute pubs along the way

Simon Linton
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Hiking

Best trail we’ve been on so far. Across meadows, past little streams to start with, down quiet shaded footpaths, past a little church with a great climbing tree. Great for lovely house spotting too. Only passed a handful of people on the way.

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Kamila Kijanka
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A very pleasant walk but very muddy and slippery. Great walk description!

Dan P
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David David
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The Haycutter pub is a terrific place to start and finish. The walk is well signposted but can be muddy in places.

Nicky Nicky
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The Haycutter is lovely and some lovely looking buildings to see in Old Oxted but not the best walk with a dog as a lot of the walk is through a golf course and alongside the very busy A25 so they are on the lead a lot of the time. To be honest I’d suggest if walking a dog to try the nearby Limpsfield walk.

Nick Nick
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First to Review

Walked this third week in April. An excellent walk apart from the fourth stage. Incredibly deep in mud the whole width of the path for a couple of hundred metres. Trying to avoid it up the embankment was not an easy option. Visiting the pub on your return makes it more than worthwhile.

Kelly Garratty
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becky nunn
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Mike McCarthy
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Laura Burrows
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Chloe I’Anson
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David Marsden
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Hannah Buckle
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David Kanaan
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Graze Graff
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Leigh Randall
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Sharon Pilkington
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Sabina Morgan-Richards
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Chris Brown
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Jessica Campbell
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Helle Butler
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Jill Harris
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David Ayerst
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Simon Gower
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Danny Aziz
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Richard Wileman
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Ben Wylson
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Mark W.
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Jon Oakey
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