Box Hill and it's neighbouring sites are great places to explore this festive season. Pull on the Christmas jumper and step this way to feel energized and rejuvenated on the Surrey Hills.
The Riverside walk follows a glorious stretch of the river Mole as well as taking you through rare grasslands, ancient woodland and past some unusual Second World War structures.
Enjoy a walk through woodland, heathland and onto Colley Hill with a well-earned stop at the pub on the way. Fairly flat ground, can be muddy in places.
Our Natural Play Trail is full of hidden surprises and opportunities for you to practise everything from balancing to den making. This easy two-mile level walk is great for adventurous toddlers.
The chalk grassland here supports myriad species of flora and fauna. There are some glorious views of the Surrey and Sussex countryside here to enjoy, as well as a pub to stop off at en-route.
Enjoy the views of the Surrey Hills, pass by one of Box Hill's oldest buildings, the Fort, and take in one of Surrey's iconic landmarks, the Stepping Stones.
Enjoy stunning views on this moderate walk over some uneven terrain of open heathland, woodland and chalk downland.
Take in some of Surrey's finest views and marvel at the hidden history of Box Hill.
Margery Wood in Surrey is a great place to start exploring the North Downs from. The lush chalk downland boasts some magnificent flora and fauna.
A glorious woodland walk, with magnificent views and a pub stop on the way round. Lovely in every season, some slopes but well worth the climb.
The route takes in some of Box Hill's hidden woodland and Broadwood's Tower, with some wonderful views of the Surrey countryside along the way - there are a series of steep steps part way round this route.
A lovely walk over heathland, through woodland, over open pasture and farmland. There are two steep slopes on the route.
Try our 4-mile walk through some of Box Hill's finest scenery and views, glorious in every season.
Take in views over the Surrey Hills and our 1,400 acre estate on our big walk through ancient woodlands, historic farmsteads and rolling downland.