The natural play trail at Box Hill is fun for all ages © Jason Ingram

The natural play trail at Box Hill is fun for all ages

Natural play trail

This 2-mile level, circular walk is a chance to play in the woods: to explore, discover and have fun. The trail takes anything from an hour to a whole day. Don't be afraid to explore off the path.

Our natural play trail was designed for everyone to enjoy, not just children. So be brave, have a go, join in and play too.

Hill top stroll around Box Hill

A relatively gentle circular walk, taking around half an hour. It introduces some of the interesting features found around the top of Box Hill, including the viewpoint, the upside down grave and the Old Fort.

The stepping stones walk

This two mile circular walk takes about one and a half hours. You'll walk down 275 steps to the River Mole at the bottom of Box Hill and along the riverside. Then back to the top of Box Hill via a grassy slope.

The Box Hill and Headley Heath hike

This demanding circular hike, across Box Hill and Headley Heath, is eight miles. It should take around four hours but allow more time for rest stops. It is strenuous; climbing steep hills and dropping into steep valleys.

Box Hill butterfly walk

A challenging three mile walk through woods and across chalk downland. A great chance to spot some of the 40 different butterfly species found around Box Hill.

Happy Valley circular walk

This 2.5 mile walk takes in some of Box Hill's most beautiful woodland, views and it's famous folly, Broadwood's Tower. This is a moderate walk, with some steep gradients. Stout boots recommended.

Juniper Top circular walk

A four mile walk through some of Box Hill's finest scenery and views. Glorious in every season but stout boots recommended; some fairly steep gradients and a stile are also along the route.