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Notice: From 12 - 29 August, Box Hill Road, at the eastern end of Box Hill village will be closed. Access will remain open to the Box Hill Centre and Box Hill village. The Zig Zag Road is not a through road for that period; there is a 7.5t weight limit and the road is unsuitable for HGVs and long vehicles due to hair pin bends.

Box Hill - so much to explore

Box Hill is the perfect place to discover a family walk and explore the beautiful Surrey Hills. Forming part of the North Downs, Box Hill has breathtaking views across the surrounding countryside. It's home to some fantastic wildlife and plants too, including the Adonis blue butterfly and bee orchid.

This month, why don't you try out some of our fantastic walks leaflets? There are lots of walks over the hill, which you can download here, or collect on site. Whatever the weather and however much time you have, there'll be something for everyone.

Walking at Box Hill

Walking, talking and listening to the tales of the ancients © NTPL/David Levenson

Half an hour or a whole day to spare? There's so much to discover on Box Hill and one of our walks or trails will help you to get the most out of your visit.

Toddler trails at Box Hill

A family walks in the woods at Box Hill © NTPL/John Millar

Box Hill is a great place for your little ones to discover the great outdoors. Help them on with their wellies and let them splash through puddles and get up close to some of our grand old trees.

Team building days on Box Hill

Having fun on a team building day with the National Trust © NTPL/Ben Selway

Have fun, work out, learn new skills and let us help you get the best out of your team. With unusual and tailor made team building days on Box Hill, you and your team will have a day they won't forget.

Box Hill volunteers

Volunteers scrub clearing at Box Hill © NTPL/Howard Cooper

Our Rangers Catherine and David are supported by a fantastic team of volunteers. They help with all sorts of tasks from clearing scrubland and looking after our sheep to helping with events.

The Friends of Box Hill

Lyn Richards is the Chair of the Friends of Box Hill © NTPL/Jason Ingram

We work really closely with the Friends of Box Hill who help us to look after this beautiful place, as well as hosting a series of fascinating talks and events. Take a look at their website to find out more.

Borrow a kite or tracker pack

Borrow a tracker pack from the shepherd's hut

Head over to the shepherd's hut to borrow a kite or tracker pack. Tracker packs contain binoculars, compass, note pads and pencils and are a great way to explore the great outdoors.

100 adventures at Box Hill

Help us to celebrate our centenary year by taking part in our new adventure trails and our 100 adventures list. Let us know how many things you've ticked off our list and share your adventures with us on Facebook.