How to get here

By train

Dorking West station, Guildford to Redhill service. 1/12 miles from Denbies Hillside. Dorking Town station, from London Victoria or Waterloo stations. Limited disabled access. Buses and taxis available outside station. Dorking Deepdene station. No disabled access

By road

Exit M25 at J9 (Leatherhead) and take the A24 south towards Dorking. Turn west at the traffic lights, near Dorking railway station, along the A2003 Ashcombe Road. At the mini roundabout continue ahead and then turn right up onto Ranmore Common Road. Carry on up the hill until the road levels out. The National Trust car park will be on your left

By foot

All the Denbies Hillside sites can be accessed from nearby towns and villages. Ranmore Common is opposite Denbies Hillside, on the northern side of the Ranmore Common Road, and White Down and Hackhurst Downs are west of Denbies Hillside. For Denbies Hillside, join the footpath north of St Martin's School (near Dorking West railway station) and continue 1/12 miles along a narrow, steep track (The Carriage Road) to Denbies Hillside. From Westcott Village it is a 35 minute walk to Denbies Hillside. Take footpaths north, near the Post Office, or follow Bailey Road up the hill. For Ranmore Common, pick up a map from the National Trust's Polesden Lacey and take the 1/12 mile cross country walk, via footpaths, to Ranmore Common and then onto Denbies Hillside. You can also join the Greensand Way, a long-distance path, on the eastern side of Westcott village and head north

By bus

Carlone 533, Ewhurst to Ranmore, via Dorking railway station (bus stop A on London Road). Fridays only, and excluding public holidays. Alight Ranmore Common. Arriva 21 and 22, Dorking to Guildford, daily except Sundays and public holidays. Alight Westcott village. Arriva 32, Redhill to Guildford, daily except Sundays and public holidays. Alight Westcott village. Visit www.transportdirect.info for more information.

By cycle

Join the Surrey Cycleway at Westhumble railway station, near Dorking, to Ranmore Common. A free map is available from Surrey County Council, telephone 08456 009009. Visit www.sustrans.org.uk for more info. Surrey Hills North Cycle Route passes through part of Ranmore Common.

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