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Walks in Surrey

Surrey is one of the Home Counties, situated directly to the south of London. Despite this it is a surprisingly rural area, and it is the most wooded county in Britain. The North Downs Way National Trail starts in the county, and follows the rolling chalk ridgeline of the North Downs eastwards.

As well as woodland there are also many areas of common land and access land, and these too make for good walking. The highest point in Surrey is Leith Hill, where there is a tower that allows for panoramic views over the entire southeast of England on a fine day.

 


 

Below is a map showing all the walks that I have completed in Surrey.

Map of my walks

Completed walks in Surrey

 
The view from the track through Denbies vineyard.

The River Mole.

Heading up to the top of Ockley Hill.

   


List of walks in Surrey

Walk No. Description Distance (miles)
773 Hampton Court to Windsor20.4
749 Thames Path: Shepperton to Putney23.7
748 Thames Path: Maidenhead to Shepperton23.2
725 Wivelsfield to Salfords21.3
678 Merstham to Otford23.2
677 Gomshall to Merstham17.4
676 Farnham to Gomshall20.7
609 Haslemere to Liphook18.3
601 A circular walk along the North Downs from Whyteleafe21.6
599 A circular walk from Westhumble to Surrey's highest point20.0
217 Greenwich to Whyteleafe17.9

This was a total of 227.7 miles in 11 walks (an average of 20.7 miles per walk).


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