Spring has sprung at the highest point in south east England. Enjoy colorful walks and wonderful views this spring. Watch as squirrels scamper up trees and look out for deer as they graze in peaceful woodland glades.
The area around Leith Hill is one of the highest points in the south east of England and boasts some pretty fantastic views of the South Downs and to the north, the London skyline.
A glorious springtime stroll to see the myriad colours of rhododendrons, azaleas and bluebells in this peaceful woodland at the foot of Leith Hill.
You can see 14 counties from the top of Leith Hill - which makes it worthwhile running to the top of the highest point in south-east England.
The bluebells are out in Frank's wood at Leith Hill.
Which path will you take on a walk at Leith Hill? With many trails to follow, there's something to suit all walking abilities.
Self-catering accommodation in rural Surrey, Henman Bunkhouse can accommodate groups of up to 16 people and has a fully equipped kitchen.
Leith Hill is home to some spectacular wildlife and diverse habitats. No matter what time of year you are here, there is always plenty to see.