GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Hatchlands Park

3 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.
The walk starts at the car park and heads past the pretty sheepwash pond where you can look out for herons, terns and kingfishers. The route then passes woodland with honeysuckle, cherry blossoms and specimen pine trees. You continue past open fields with cattle and horses before another woodland section through Little Wix Wood. The final section involves a short climb to a viewpoint before returning to the house.
The Long Walk is the one shown here but there are other shorter waymarked trails if you prefer. The easier Wix Wood walk is marked with blue markers and gives great views of the country house.
The area is excellent for walkers so if you wanted to continue your walking you could head to the nearby Albury Park.


GU4 7RT - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

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Cycle Routes and Walking Routes Nearby


Hatchlands, the west carriage drive - - 1438601

Hatchlands: the west carriage drive. The west carriage drive (now the main staff and resident access to Hatchlands) begins off The Street in East Clandon, and here descends and turns south towards the house.

The Old Barn, Hatchlands Park - - 1436537

The Old Barn. The Old Barn has been restored for use as a visitor information point (and refuge from the rain) part way along the 'Long Walk' (a tour on foot of Hatchlands Park). It's close to the intersection with the carriage drive from Ripley Road Gates.

Hatchlands Park, Clandon, Surrey - - 1497306

Looking towards Hatchlands House, across the lawn. An aerial view suggests that gravel paths may previously have been laid out across this lawn.

Autumn in East Clandon - - 264848

Autumn in East Clandon. The lane at the east end of the village leads into Hatchlands Park, a National Trust-owned estate. Holly berries and autumn golden leaves brighten up a rainy afternoon. The cottage carries tile-hung tiles on its walls.

Formal Garden, Hatchlands - - 264836

Formal Garden. The centrepiece of the garden is this font supported by three cherubim. Surrounding the statue are small beds lined by low box hedges. These contain roses and palm trees.

The Ice-house - - 932017

The Ice-house


GPS Files

GPX File

Hatchlands Park.gpx (On Desktop:Right Click>Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold>Download Linked File)

Memory Map Route

Hatchlands Park.mmo (On Desktop:Right Click>Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold >Download Linked File)