How to get here

By train

Haslemere 2 miles, good links with London and Portsmouth

By road

Located 2 miles from A3, Haslemere can be accessed via A286 and A287. Head out of Haslemere on B2131, turn right up Haste Hill, follow onto Tennyson's Lane and head south-west until you come to the main free NT car park (GU27 3AF)

Parking: Two free car parks on Tennyson's Lane: Main car park (SU921309) 30 spaces; Lower car park (SU923306) 10 spaces. Not suitable for coaches. Other free car parks in the area

By foot

Take B2131 out of Haslemere, right up Haste Hill and follow onto Tennyson's Lane, then head south-west until you come to the main car park (NT). Footpaths link to nearby Sussex Border Path and Greensand Way

By bus

Bus services to Haslemere; see Surrey County Council for timetables. Tennyson's Lane is half a mile up hill. Take the B2131 out of Haslemere, turn right up Haste Hill, follow this onto Tennyson's Lane and head south-west until you come to the main car park (NT)

By cycle

Black Down is ideal for cycling with numerous easy going bridleways or challenging terrain for the more bold. Head out of Haslemere on the B2131, turn right up Haste Hill, follow this onto Tennyson's Lane and head south-west until you come to the main car park (NT). Surrey Cycle Route goes through Haslemere

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