As well as majestic trees, tranquil glades and far-reaching views there are some unusual features to look our for in our woodlands too. Nestled within this landscape of tree-lined rides you'll find curiosities including a flint grotto and a section of giant sequoia tree.
You could explore acres of countryside, with beech woodland surrounding a village that clusters around a village green. The village also has a pub, church and seventeenth century manor house, which is now tenanted.
Head up to White Horse Hill this May half term for an exhilarating walk on a blustery hill top with views over six counties. While you're up there you can visit the Iron Age Hillfort known as Uffington Castle as well as the White Horse itself. While you're there, look out for the giant's steps and Dragon Hill where St George slew the dragon. The blood poisoned the ground and left a white scar for all to see.
Enjoy an easy walk to the monument (not NT) for incredible views across the Aylesbury Vale from the highest viewpoint in the Chilterns. Wander back past chalk grassland alive with wildlife to the picnic area where you can explore the natural play trail.
We've got top spots for cycling, tranquil waterways and plenty of hills to climb across Surrey. Whether you want to picnic lazily or walk for hours, you're sure to find something to enjoy in the countryside we look after in Surrey.