Seven heavenly bluebell sites across the Surrey Hills

Bluebells are one of the most spectacular sights of spring in the UK. Iridescent violet blue shimmers in woodland sunshine heralding that summer is just around the corner. This is a moment to savour, so grab your boots, gather the family and explore these very special places.

Bluebells carpet the ground in Frank's Wood

Six things you may not know about bluebells

Bluebells are one of the most glorious sights of spring. Here are some facts you may not know about them and some tips on how you can play your part to keep them flowering for future generations.

Bluebells at Hornecourt Wood Harewoods

The Hornecourt Wood spring walk on Harewoods Estate

Not only a magnificent display of bluebells but also other woodland beauties such as primroses and wood anemones can be found in this gentle stroll.

Enjoy Leith Hills' display of bluebells

Leith Hill Bluebell walk

This short walk around Frank's wood on Leith Hill presents you with a breath-taking array of bluebells. The walk is easy to follow - simply follow the pretty pink topped posts.

A couple walk through a bluebell wood

Bluebell walk around Gatton Park

Enjoy this delightful bluebell walk around Gatton Park in the springtime, when nature is bursting with joy!

Bluebells on Headley Heath

Headley Heath bluebell walk

Explore the hidden corners of Headley Heath to discover the special bluebell dell and high spots. A wonderfully varied walk across heathland and through woods, along ridges and valleys.

Summer evening sun on a yew tree at Box Hill, Surrey

Box Hill Juniper Top circular walk

Starting at the top of Box hill with stupendous views as far as the South Downs, this walks takes you to the north side of Box Hill with stunning views over the valleys and tops of the North Downs. Wonderful in all seasons, it is especially beautiful in spring when the bluebells appear in the woods.

walker at Hindhead Commons and The Devils Punch Bowl

Hidden Hindhead Walking Trail

This is a lovely walk, crossing the old A3 and taking in some spectacular views - you may see ponies or cattle grazing the scrub and on a clear day views of the distant London skyline.