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.
Each spring the woodland at Gatton Park becomes a festival of blue as the native bluebell runs riot. Follow this trail to see them at their best.
The park at Gatton is most famous for the work that was carried out between 1762 and 1766 by the famous English landscape designer Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.
Enjoy an exhilarating walk through flower-sprinkled grasslands and tranquil shady woods across Reigate Hill and learn how man has influenced the history on the hill.
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.
Take a walk around National Trust's Reigate Hill and Gatton Park in Surrey. Enjoy the views and indulge in some history along the way.