GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Peaslake MTB

14 miles (22 km)

This circular MTB route takes you around some fantastic mountain bike trails around the village of Peaslake in the Surrey Hills. The route includes lots of woodland sections and climbs to some of the significant hills in the area.
The ride starts from Peaslake where you can pick up the trails heading south east towards Holmbury Hill where there are fine views over the area.
The route then descends to the village of Holmbury St Mary before heading south east along the Greensand Way to the viewpoint at Leith Hill.
You then head north past Coldharbour Common to Wotton before turning south to Broadmoor. The route then crosses Abinger Common to return to Holmbury where you retrace your steps to Peaslake.

Peaslake MTB OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Peaslake MTB Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

The expansive Winterfold Forest is not far away. There's miles of walking and mountain bike trails to be found in the expansive woods.


Peaslake, Village Centre - - 108979

Peaslake, Village Centre. Four roads converge by the village shop and hotel at this crossroads in the Surrey Hills. The village sign is topped by a stylized fir cone, reminiscent of the trees on the surrounding hills.

Holmbury Hill - - 101733

Holmbury Hill. A rare pond on top of the mainly dry Greensand Ridge. This photograph was taken in the spring of 2003. The hill is located just a few miles to the south of Peaslake village.

Descending Holmbury Hill - - 1094245

Descending Holmbury Hill. One of the bridleways going downhill, northwards. The sandy surface is lined with rhododendrons, birches and pines

Holmbury St Mary - - 1093410

Holmbury St Mary. Horsham Road arcing past the village green. In the middle distance is Felday Chapel. Most of the village is Victorian.

Leith Hill Tower - - 104994

Leith Hill Tower. On the highest point in Surrey and in SE England, Leith Hill (NT)is in the Surrey Hills. Views from the top cover the Chilterns to the South Downs

Goddards, Abinger Common, Surrey-1093084171

Goddards, Abinger Common, Surrey (1898-1900, extended 1910), designed by Edwin Lutyens for Sir Frederick Mirrielees. It was originally designed as a "holiday home for poor and deserving women", and then extended as a family home in 1910.

GPS Files

GPX File

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Memory Map Route

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