The walking group enjoy forays into the beautiful Surrey Hills, typically in one of the locations listed below.
Well behaved dogs are welcome! There is usually a walk every Wednesday morning and a Monthly walk, details of both are posted on the Monthly Diary page & the calendar.
WEEKLY WEDNESDAY WALK
We meet every Wednesday at 9.30am for a walk which lasts approx 1 hour.Dogs are welcome.
Come and join this very social and friendly group. Look out for the weekly email from Elspeth ( a couple of days before)
The Wednesday walk is for ladies who walk regularly and are quite fit. We walk at a fairly fast pace and there are sometimes some challenging hills.
For further information about the Wednesday walk contact Elspeth via the contacts page.
Please let Elspeth know if you are coming, so she knows who to expect.
Peaslake & Lunch at Hurtwood Inn 26th June 2019
Newlands Corner 24th April 2019
Whitedown.13th April 2016
Polesden Lacey. January 2019
Polesden Lacey. 20th April 2016
MONTHLY THURSDAY WALK.
In addition to our weekly Wednesday walks we have a monthly walk (2nd Thursday of each month) We are looking for a member to organise our monthly walks if interested please contact one of the committee. Our monthly walks will be at Bocketts Farm at 2pm ( from June ) All Welcome.
Our 1400 acres of countryside and once in the countryside you are free to explore where you wish.
Norbury Park is a working landscape, with farms and a commercial sawmill (Norbury Park Wood Products). The park lies within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and consists of 520 hectares (1,300 acres). It is situated west of the River Mole and the A24 between Westhumble and the borders of Fetcham and Great Bookham.
A wonderful mix of open heathland, woodland and chalk downland
Headley Heath has a wide network of tracks to explore and stunning views
Sheepleas lies on the chalk slopes of the North Downs within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and covers an area approximately 110 hectares (270 acres). The mosaic of woodland (both ancient and recent), grassland, and scrub habitats supports a diverse range of wildlife, and as a result the reserve was designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in 1975 and a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) in 2005.
Nestled in the heart of the Surrey Hills AONB, this popular walking area offer sensational views of the surrounding countryside.
Box Hill is the perfect place to discover a family walk and explore the beautiful Surrey Hills. Forming part of the North Downs, Box Hill has breathtaking views across the surrounding countryside. It's home to some fantastic wildlife and plants too, including the Adonis blue butterfly and bee orchid.
An area of grassland and mixed woodland - it is one of the best spots in Surrey to see bluebells.