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Spectacular escarpment with sweeping views across the Weald
This stretch of the North Downs is good walking country with flower-sprinkled grasslands and quiet shady woods. A lovely spot too for family picnics and games.
Sitting proud at the top of the Hill is the 19th-century Reigate Fort. The fort commands a historic defensive position looking out over the weald towards the South Downs.
The chalk downland is home to many rare wild flowers and insects, including the vibrant Adonis Blue butterfly.
To the east Gatton Park nestles serenely into the North Downs. The lush pastures, mighty trees and sparkling lakes, designed by Lancelot Capability Brown, are stunning.
Reigate Hill and Gatton Park is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Belted Galloway cattle on Reigate Hill
Belted Galloway cattle, with their distinctive white bellies and gentle, kind faces, graze on top of Reigate Hill. Please keep your dogs under close control when walking near them.
B-17(G) memorial on Reigate Hill
A clearing in the trees at Reigate Hill was created when an American B-17(G) crashed into the hillside in March 1945. A memorial to the nine crew, created by sculptor Roger Day marks the spot of the tragedy.
Front Line Surrey Hills
Do you know what this building is?
We've carried out some investigations on this site but still don't know the age and use of this building, which is about 200m west of Reigate Fort.
Can you help? Please email us.