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.
The rare purple emperor butterfly was spotted this spring at Bookham Common at the earliest point in more than 120 years.
It follows decades of work by our rangers to protect the specialist habitats it needs. This walking trail takes you through one of the best woods in England for sighting the elusive Purple Emperor butterfly.
Walk along the River Wey from Dapdune Wharf to St Catherine’s and see how the river has cut through the North Downs making Guildford an important ‘gap town’ and experience some spectacular views along the way.
This circular walk cuts across the centre of the estate through woodland and open parkland, passing our children's adventure area and the cobbled courtyard. Follow the blue arrows on our waymarker posts.
See the whole of Hatchlands in one walk. This circular walk follows the edge of our park through woodland and open parkland with distant views of our house and the wider Surrey countryside. Follow the yellow arrows on our waymarker posts.
Leith Hill, one of the highest points in the South East of England boasts some pretty fantastic views. It's been a popular spot for a Sunday stroll, or as the starting point for a longer hike for hundreds of years. Where's your favourite part of the hill?
The walk goes to the Temple of the Winds. Here you can find one of the best views of the South Downs National Park. This little-known spot has a secret feel and a charming curved stone seat to rest on.