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Surrey Walks

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Abinger Common4 miles (7.2 km)Enjoy a walk across Abinger and Wotton Commons before a climb to Leith Hill on this circular walk in the Mole Valley. There's miles of nice woodland trails, ponds, streams and great views from the many viewpoints on the expansive common. It's quite a challenging walk with several hill climbs so a good level of fitness is required. View Full Details>>
Albury Park2 miles (4 km)Explore the Albury Estate on this pleasant walk in Surrey. There's 150 acres of parkland with lots of walking trails to try. Features include peaceful woodland, pretty lakes and the River Tillingbourne. There is also the Grade II listed Albury country house and the SaxonOld St Peter and St Paul's Church to see. View Full Details>>
Ashtead Common National Nature Reserve3 miles (5 km)This 500 acre ancient wooded commonis also a National Nature Reserve. There are miles of quiet cycling and walking paths taking you to woodland, scrub grassland, a meadow, ponds and streams. There are also twoancientScheduled Monuments- a Roman villa and a triangular earthwork. View Full Details>>
Banstead Downs3 miles (5 km)This walk crosses Banstead Downs Site of Special Scientific InterestinSurrey. The downs are very pretty in the summer with theopen grass chalklandcovered in a variety of wildflowers. You'll pass Gally Hills and through some attractive woodland as you make your way along the path. From the high points there are great views towards the city of London. View Full Details>>
Banstead Heath3 miles (5 km)This large open space in Banstead has lots of walking trails to follow. There's also bridleways which are suitable for cyclists. Part of the Banstead Commons the heath covers 760acres with miles of paths popular with dog walkers and cyclists. It's a very pretty area with meadow grasses, wildflowers, woodland and mixed heather. It's great for wildlife too with Linnet, Yellowhammers, Redpoll, Reed Bunting and a variety of butterflies to look out for. View Full Details>>
Banstead Woods2 miles (4 km)These lovely woods in Surrey have miles of well marked walking paths and a nature trail to follow. There's over 230 acres to explore with lots of pretty bluebells in the spring months. View Full Details>>
Basingstoke Canal Walk33 miles (53 km)Follow the Basingstoke canal from Up Nately to Woodham, on this delightful waterside walk. The walk passes Fleet, Woking, Farnborough, Aldershot and Woking . There's lots of pretty locks and regular views of the lovely Hampshire and Surrey countryside. View Full Details>>
Bedfont Lakes Country Park2 miles (3 km)This water-focused nature reserve, has 180 acres of rolling meadows, woodlands and lakes. Over 300 plants and 140 bird species have been recorded in the park. The park offers a wide range of activities including, walking, picnics, a trim trail, orienteering and fishing. Bedfont Lakes is located near Ashford train station. View Full Details>>
Blackheath Common2 miles (4 km)This large area of heathland and woodland near Albury is very popular with walkers and cyclists. There's 250 acres to explore on a myriad of footpaths and bridleways. The area consists of lowland heathland, woodland and acid grassland. View Full Details>>
Blackwater Valley Footpath23 miles (37 km)This is a nice easy waterside walk along the Blackwater River from Aldershot to Swallowfield. View Full Details>>
Bourne Woods Farnham2 miles (3.5 km)Enjoy a walk around these woods in Farnham and visit the site of Ridley Scott's Robin Hood Film set from his 2010 film starring Russell Crowe. You can also follow the trails south to RSPB Farnham Heath and the Rural Life Centre. The aim of the new heath is to benefit scarce heathland species such as nightjar, woodlark, Dartford warbler and tree pipit as well as species such as sand lizard. View Full Details>>
Box Hill Country Park2 miles (4 km)This park is run by the National Trust and has a number of splendid walking trails to enjoy. There are panoramic views of the western Weald and a riverside stroll along the River Mole. There are also excellent facilities with the Box Tree cafe and shop which sells local produce. Box Hill is located just north of Dorking in Surrey. View Full Details>>
Brighton Way54 miles (87 km)A super route though the South Downs from Horley to Brighton. The trail passes Crawley, Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill before finishing on the south coast. The walk has several train stations dotted along the route so you can easily do this one in manageable sections. Highlights include the Ardingly Nature Reserve and reservoir near Balcombe. The walk also climbs Ditchling Beacon where there are fabulous views of the South Downs. View Full Details>>
Chantry Wood2 miles (3.5 km)Explore 200 acres of woodland and meadows on this circular walk in Chantry Wood in Guildford. There's miles of woodland trails to follow with the North Downs Way passing along the northern edge of the forest (you can see some of this section on the google street view link below). There's a fair amount of climbing on the trails with nice views over the surrounding area from the high points. Look out for carpets of pretty bluebells in the springtime and a variety of birdlife all year round. View Full Details>>
Chobham Common3 miles (5.5 km)Enjoy a circular walk or cycle around this large common in Surrey. The common covers hundreds of acres and has a series of good footpaths over grassland, lowland heath and woodland. The area is also crisscrossed with wide bridleways which are ideal for an off road cycle. View Full Details>>
Claremont Park2 miles (4 km)This is a walk through Claremont Park and the beautiful Claremont Landscape Garden in Esher. The park boasts a wonderful large lake, wide lawns and an unusual turfed amphitheatre. View Full Details>>
Colley Hill2 miles (3 km)Climb to the 722ft (220m) summit of Colley Hill on this walk in the North Downs. Colley Hillis located just to the west of Reigate Hill. It's a satisfying climb with great views over Surrey to the South Downs. View Full Details>>
Colne Valley Way11 miles (17 km)Travel through the Colne Valley on this walk from Staines to Uxbridge. View Full Details>>
Devil's Punch Bowl5 miles (8 km)This walk in the Surrey Hills AONB takes you through Hindhead Common, up Gibbet Hill and to the Devil's Punch Bowl - a large naturalamphitheatreand beauty spot. The area is National Trust owned so there is a car park, cafe, information boards and a series of well marked footpaths. View Full Details>>
Downs Link36 miles (58 km)This is a terrific walking or cycling path running from St Martha's Hill in Guildford to Shoreham-by-Sea. The trail is suitable for walkers and cyclists and links the North and South Downs National Trails. It runs for a distance of just under 40 miles on a fairly flat off road path with great views of the Low Weald countryside. View Full Details>>
Epsom Common2 miles (4 km)Follow this cycle and walking track around this large open space in Surrey. There are peaceful woodland trails, several ponds, fields with grazing cows and a wide variety of wildlife (the site is also a local nature reserve). View Full Details>>
Epsom Downs5 miles (8 km)This circular walk takes you around Epsom Downs racecourse in Surrey. The downs consist of attractive chalk downland, grassland and woodland. You'll also enjoy wonderful views across the famous racecourse which hosts the Epsom Derby and the Oaks. View Full Details>>
Esher Common4 miles (6 km)Enjoy a cycle or walk around this large open space in Surrey. There are miles of peaceful woodland footpaths and a nice off road cycle track. The route will take you to two large ponds and the nearby Fairmile common. The common is a local nature reserve so look out for a variety of wildlife. View Full Details>>
Farnham8 miles (13 km)The Surrey town of Farnham has numerous choices for walkers. There's several woods, commons, hill climbs and waymarked trails to try. The town is also the starting point for the epic North Downs way which runs all the way to Canterbury. View Full Details>>
Farnham Park2 miles (3.5 km)Visit the ruins of the 12th century Farnham Castle and enjoy a stroll through the adjacent medieval deer park on this easy walk in Farnham, Surrey. There's 320 acres (130 hectares) to explore with hidden dells, hills, valleys, ponds and streams.There's also a popular 1km tree lined avenue running along the southern end of the park. From the high points there are great views of the surrounding Surrey countryside. There's lots of parking available at the south western end of the park next to the golf club and cricket club off Folly Hill. View Full Details>>
Fox Way39 miles (63 km)This circular walk takes you on a tour of the countryside, woodland and canals surrounding Guildford in Surrey. You will pass through the stunning North Downs and Surrey Hills AONBs, visting a series of pretty villages, historical sites and sites of scientific interest. View Full Details>>
Frensham Country Park5 miles (8.5 km)This park is run by the National Trust and contains the lovely Frensham Ponds which attract a variety of rare birds such as the reed bunting, sedge warbler, great crested grebe, nightjars and woodlarks. There are a number of peaceful footpaths taking you around the ponds and through the heathland which includes a mixture of purple heathers, bright yellow gorse and rich green bracken. The park also contains bridleways which can be used by cyclists. View Full Details>>
Goldsworth Park Lake1 miles (1 km)Enjoy a short stroll around the lake in this pretty park in Woking. The lake has a well surfaced walking path around its perimeter and attracts a variety of birdlife - look out for coot, geese, great crested grebe and mandarin duck. View Full Details>>
Greensand Way107 miles (173 km)The Greensand Way runs from Haslemere in Surrey to Hamstreet in Kent following the ridge of greensand rock that crosses the two counties View Full Details>>
Guildford20 miles (32 km)The town of Guildford has a huge selection of walks to choose from with several long distance trails, hill climbs, parks, rivers and canals to explore. View Full Details>>
Hankley Common3 miles (5.5 km)Explore this large area ofheathlandand pine woodland on this walk near Elstead in Surrey. There's lots of paths to follow with some moderate climbs and great views over the surrounding countryside. View Full Details>>
Hatchlands Park3 miles (4.5 km)Explore the 430 acres of parkland and gardens surrounding thisred-brickcountry housein East Clandon. The park is run by the National Trust who have devised some fine waymarked walking trails. One of these is the 'Long Walk', a circular walk of around 3 miles which takes you around the edge of the park through woodland and open parkland. There are also lovely views of the surrounding Surrey Hills. View Full Details>>
Headley Heath3 miles (5 km)Enjoy cycling and walking trails in this large area of open heathland, woodland and chalk downland in the Surrey Hills. The heathland is very attractive with yellow gorse, bluebell woods and purple heathers in the warmer months. It's great for wildlife too. Look out for badgers, deer and birds such as stonechats, linnets, meadow pipits and woodlarks. It's a great area to visit from London as it's only a short distance from the capital. View Full Details>>
Holmbury Hill3 miles (4.5 km)Climb to the 856 feet (261m) summit of Holmbury Hill on this circular walk in the Surrey Hills. The hill is the fourth highest point in the county and commands wonderful views over the surrounding area. View Full Details>>
Holmwood Common2 miles (3.5 km)This National Trust managed common has miles of walking trails to try. The area covers 650 acres and consists of ancient woodland, grassland and several ponds. It's great for wildlife with butterflies, dragonflies, deer and a variety of birdlife including chiffchaffs, blackcaps and willow warblers. The common is also good for cycling with a number of flat trails to follow. View Full Details>>
Horsell Common2 miles (4 km)This 880 acre common in Woking is a great place for a peaceful walk. There are miles of woodland walking paths, a number ofBronze Agebarrows, wet areas, ponds and protected heathland. Look out for birdlife which includes nightjar, woodlark and Dartford warbler. View Full Details>>
Horton Country Park3 miles (5.5 km)This country park and nature reserve is located near Epsom in Surrey. Here you will find a rural landscape of fields, hedgerows, woods and ponds of great wildlife and historical value. There are 400 acres of park to explore on a series of well laid out trails. The park is open to cycles with lovely flat paths like the one in the video below to enjoy. View Full Details>>
Hydon's Ball and Hydon Heath1 miles (2 km)This National Trust owned hill is one of the high points of Surrey and a great place to stretch your legs. The area is covered with attractive heathland and woodland with fantastic views from the hill top. The woodland includes oak,rowan,birchandpine with birds such as Nightingales, siskin and brambling to look out for on the way. View Full Details>>
Lakeside Nature Reserve1 miles (2 km)A short walk around the peaceful Lakeside Nature Reserve in Aldershot View Full Details>>
Leith Hill4 miles (6 km)Climb to the highest point in the South East on this challenging circular walk in the Surrey Hills AONB. The route runs for a distance of about 3.5 miles with some moderate climbs on the way. View Full Details>>
Lightwater Country Park3 miles (5.5 km)This park is located in Camberley, Surrey, and comprises 145 acres of heathland habitat, woodland, shrubs and lowland bog View Full Details>>
London Loop149 miles (240 km)Also known as the London Outer Orbital Path, this walk takes you on a tour of the parks, woods and fields around the edge of Outer London. You start at Erith, on the River Thames and pass through Crayford, Orpington, Petts Wood, Coulsdon, Kingston upon Thames, Uxbridge, Elstree, Cockfosters, Chingford and Upminster Bridge before finishing back on the River Thames at Purfleet, opposite Erith. View Full Details>>
Mole Gap Trail6 miles (10 km)Follow the Mole Gap Trail from Leatherhead to Dorking on this pleasant short walk through the Surrey countryside. It's a lovely area with great views of the Surrey Hills AONB, woodland sections, pretty weirs and lots of wildlife to look out for. Keep your eyes peeled for water loving wildlife such as swans, kingfishers, herons, various duck species, and little egrets. View Full Details>>
Newlands Corner2 miles (3.5 km)This lovely beauty spot on the North Downs is great for walking with a number of footpaths to try. There's several nice woodland trails and open chalk downland with wonderful views over the Surrey Hills. This circular walk starts from the excellent Newlands Corner Visitor centre where you will find information, a cafe, picnic tables and a car park. It's located just a few miles east of Guildford town centre so is easily accessible. The walk follows the North Downs Way and other footpaths around the visitor centre. You'll visit Albury Downs and Walnut Tree Bottom with lots of opportunities to sit on one of the many benches and soak in the splendid views. View Full Details>>
Nonsuch Park3 miles (5.5 km)This large park between Cheam and Ewell Village is ideal for a peaceful afternoon stroll or safe family cycle. There are wide lawns, pretty gardens, woodland and Nonsuch Mansionwhere you can enjoy refreshments and learn about the history of the park and Palace. View Full Details>>
Painshill Park2 miles (4 km)Enjoy miles of splendid walking trails in this stunning 18th century landscaped park in Cobham, Surrey. There's 158 acres to explore with lovely waterside footpaths along the large Serpentine Lake and a number of peaceful woodland trails. The River Mole also runs through the southern side of the site. View Full Details>>
Pewley Down6 miles (10 km)This walk visits the Pewley Down viewpoint near Guildford. The route includes a canal-side stretch and a visit to Chantry Woods, before climbing the hill. View Full Details>>
Pilgrims Way133 miles (214 km)Follow in the footsteps of the pilgrims who followed this ancient track from Winchester in Hampshire, to the shrine of Thomas Becket at Canterbury in Kent View Full Details>>
Priory Park Reigate2 miles (3 km)This large park in Reigate is great for walking with miles of woodland trails, lakes and formal gardens. You can also climb the Priory Park Ridge for great views across the town and the North Downs. The park is good for flora and fauna with pretty bluebells in the spring, 207 plant species and champion trees which you can see on the tree trail. Look out for a variety of birdlife around the large lake. View Full Details>>
Puttenham Common3 miles (5 km)Enjoy a peaceful walk through the woodland and heathland of Puttenham Common in the North Downs, near Guildford. There are several large ponds and wetland areas that attract a wide variety of wildlife including great crested grebes and grey herons. Look out for roe deerand green woodpecker in the woodland areas. This walk just takes you around Puttenham Common but you could easily extend your walk by heading west to the nearby Crooksbury Common where you can climb Crooksbury Hill for super views of the area. View Full Details>>
Redhill and Earlswood Common3 miles (4.9 km)This circular walk explores Redhill and Earlswood Commons in Surrey. The commons have miles of good footpaths taking you to ponds, lakes, woodland and grassland with lots of wildlife to look out for on the way. View Full Details>>
Reigate and Banstead Millennium Trail18 miles (29 km)This splendid walk was devised by Reigate and Banstead Borough Council to celebrate the new millennium. It follows a series of footpaths, tracks and country lanes from Horley to Banstead via Reigate. View Full Details>>
Reigate Heath2 miles (2.5 km)This walk explores Reigate Heath on the western side of the town. The heath is criss crossed with a number of footpaths taking you across heather and acid grassland. There's also a number of Bronze Age burial mounds and the Reigate Heath Windmill. The building has been restored as a chapel and is thought to be the only windmill in the world which is also a consecrated church. View Full Details>>
Reigate Hill and Gatton Park2 miles (3 km)This circular walk explores Reigate Hill and Gatton Park in the North Downs. It's a great area for walking with the North Downs Way and other good footpaths to follow. The area of chalk download includes woodland trails and grassland with wildflowers. You can also enjoy lovely views over Gatton Park. It was landscaped in the mid-18th century by Lancelot Capability Brown and includes several ponds and a large, picturesque lake. View Full Details>>
River Wey Navigation20 miles (32 km)Follow the River Wey Navigation towpath from Godalmingto the River Thames at Weybridge on this super waterside walk. The whole of the route is suitable for walkers while cyclists can enjoy a super waterside section in Guildford. View Full Details>>
Riverside Park Nature Reserve2 miles (3 km)This lovely nature reserve in Guildford has nice boardwalks and footpaths to follow through the site. The reserve is located next to the River Wey and has a man made lake, a woodland area and lots of wildlife to look out for. View Full Details>>
Runnymede2 miles (4 km)Visit the birthplace of the Magna Carta on this riverside walk near Egham in Surrey. Runnymede Park includes nice footpaths running through woodland, wildflower meadows and along the River Thames. There's also the Langham Ponds wetland area where you can look out for interesting plants and insects. You may also see fallow or muntjac deer grazing in the meadows. View Full Details>>
Serpent Trail64 miles (103 km)This walk runs from Haslemere to Petersfield through the beautiful Sussex greensand hills. The path takes its name both from its serpentine shape and from passing through the habitat of all three British species of snake. View Full Details>>
Silent Pool1 miles (2 km)This tranquil lake in the north downs has a circular walkway and surrounding woodland trails. There is parking just off the A25. View Full Details>>
St Martha's Hill2 miles (3 km)This circular walk visits the lovely St Martha's Hill in the North Downs, near Guildford. From the high points there are tremendous views of the Surrey Hills and Newlands Corner. View Full Details>>
St Swithun's Way34 miles (55 km)Follow the St Swithun's Way from Winchester to Farnham on this historical walk through the Hampshire and Surrey countryside. The trail gives the walker the opportunity to visit numerous churches with pilgrimage connections. View Full Details>>
Staffhurst Wood1 miles (2 km)This woodland area near Tandridge is popular with walkers in spring when there are carpets of pretty bluebells and a nice woodland pond to see. There are a number of trails to follow around the woods with the option of extending your walk into the adjacent Great Earls Wood and Merle Common. You can enjoy refreshment at the nearby Royal Oak Pub after your walk. View Full Details>>
Staines Moor4 miles (6 km)This walk takes you across the Staines Moor Site of Special Scientific Interest in Surrey. The walk follows the Colne Valley Way from the River Thames in Staines to Wraysbury Reservoir, near Horton. You'll enjoy nice views of the River Colne and the King George VI Reservoir as you pass across the moor. You'll also pass through the village of Stanwell Moor before walking alongside Wraysbury Reservoir. You can return on the same path or there is a footpath along the Wraysbury River. This would take you back into Staines and turn it into a circular walk. View Full Details>>
Sussex Border Path137 miles (220 km)A fabulous long distance walk following the Sussex county border from Thorney Island in West Sussex to Rye in East Sussex. View Full Details>>
Thames Down Link15 miles (24 km)This walk links the Thames Path and North Downs Way National Trails. It starts in Kingston upon Thames and heads south through Epsom Common, Horton Country Park and Mickelham Downs. The route finishes at Westumble near the pretty Box Hill Country Park in Surrey. View Full Details>>
The Sculpture Park Churt1 miles (2 km)This wonderful arboretum in Surrey is filled with 600 amazing sculptures. There's 2 miles of good, woodland footpaths to follow through the 10 acre site. There's also a water garden with sculptures in the lakes and a pretty stream. The pieces are all for sale so the exhibition is always changing. You can easily spend a couple of hours strolling round the site. View Full Details>>
Thursley National Nature Reserve5 miles (7.5 km)This lovely nature reserve has miles of footpaths taking you to fine heathland, ponds, lakes and deciduous woodland. It's one of the finest areas in the country for wildlife with birds including woodlark, Dartford warbler, nightjar, stonechat, whinchat and curlew. Also look out for some very rare butterflies including silver-studded blue, white-letter hairstreak and purple emperor. In the heathland area you may see reptiles such as therare sand lizard and smooth snake. Rare dragonfly and damselfly can be spotted around the pools and lakes. In the fen and open water area you can see various water loving birds such as great crested grebe, mute swan, coot, water rail and little grebe.Finally in the woodland area you can see woodpeckers, woodcock, redstart, tawny owl, nightingale and hawfinch. View Full Details>>
Valley Gardens3 miles (5.5 km)Explore these stunning, colourful gardens located in Windsor Great Park. There are 250 acres of landscaped gardens and woodlands to explore using a series of well defined walking trails. View Full Details>>
Vanguard Way66 miles (106 km)This trail runs from the outskirts of London, through Ashdown Forest, Alfriston and Cuckmere Valley to the stunning East Sussex coast. View Full Details>>
Virginia Water Lake4 miles (7 km)Enjoy a waterside walk around the beautiful Virginia Water in Windsor. The lake is located within the wonderful Windsor Great Park and is surrounded by woodland and gardens. A well defined walking path runs around the lake taking you to a number of interesting sites. You'll pass the 18th century ornamental cascade and the Leptis Magna Ruins - a Roman style temple built from columns and lintels brought from the ancient city of Leptis Magna in the early 19th Century. There is also a striking 100-foot high Totem Pole and the Virginia Water Pavilion built from wood from Windsor Great Forest. View Full Details>>
Wey South Path36 miles (58 km)Follow the Wey River and the Wey and Arun Canal on this wonderful waterside walk through Surrey and Sussex. The route starts off in Guildford and heads south to Rowly and then onto Billinghurst. This section passes through Sidney Wood and the delightful village of Loxwood. There's some pretty locks and the picturesque Drungewick Aqueduct to admire here. View Full Details>>
Weybridge8 miles (13 km)A circular riverside walk around the town of Weybridge, visiting Walton-on-Thames and Chertsey. View Full Details>>
Whitmoor Common2 miles (3 km)Explore the heathland, woodland, grassland and ponds on this large area of common land in Guildford. The common is criss crossed with a number of good footpaths. Features include a pretty stream where you can look out for water voles and other wildlife. View Full Details>>
Windsor Great Park8 miles (12.2 km)A circular cycle or walk around the beautiful Windsor Great Park in Surrey. The park includes 5,000 acres of parkland, which includes a Deer Park, lakes, avenues, gardens, woodland and open grassland. National Cycle Network route 4 runs right through the park while the Three Castles Walk runs along the Long Walk Avenue where there are fabulous views of Windsor Castle. Cyclists please note that cycles are not permitted on theLong Walk. View Full Details>>
Winkworth Arboretum2 miles (2.5 km)Enjoy a series of woodland walking trails in this beautiful arboretum in Godalming. The area is run by the National Trust so there are very good facilities including a free car park and a tea room. In the woods you will find over 1,000 different shrubs and trees with many rare species. These include magnolias, bluebells, azaleas,rhododendron andholly. There are also large landscaped garden lakes, an attractive boathouse and lovely carved benches with animal figures. View Full Details>>
Winterfold Forest4 miles (6 km)This lovely area of the Surrey Hills is a popular place for walkers and cyclists. Winterfold Wood and the adjacent Hurt Wood have many miles of footpaths and bridleways which are suitable for mountain bikers. View Full Details>>
Wisley and Ockham Common2 miles (4 km)Explore over 800 acres ofheathlandand woodland on this walk in Surrey. This circular walk starts from the Ockham Common car park and takes you past the lovely Bolder Mere where you can look out for various dragonflies. You then head through Wisley Common on more woodland trails before passing Cockrow Hill and returning to the car park. There's lots of interesting wildlife to look out for including the rare hobby bird. View Full Details>>
Wisley Gardens1 miles (2 km)These splendid RHS Gardens in Surrey have a number of lovely, well laid out footpaths to follow. Wisley is second only to Kew Gardens on the list of the most visited paid entry gardens in the country. There's lots to see in the park with water features including pretty ponds with fountains and a canal with water lilies. Other highlights include Battleston Hillwith its woodland garden, rhododendrons and azaleas. The seven acres garden has a Chinese Pagoda, specimen trees, wide lawns and two ponds. Also visit the huge glasshouse with a plant collection in three climatic zones: dry temperate, moist temperate and tropical. View Full Details>>
Witley and Milford Common2 miles (3 km)This large area consists of heathland, ponds and birch,oakandpinewoodland. It's run by the National Trust and is covered with lots of good footpaths to follow. The area is full of flora and fauna with purple heathers, interesting fungi and birds such as Tree pipits, Nightingales and Woodlarks. View Full Details>>
Woking to West Byfleet9 miles (14 km)This easy cycle or walk follows the Basingstoke canal and National Cycle route 221 from Brookwood, near Woking, to West Byfleet. View Full Details>>

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