Countryside and woodland in Surrey
Explore a wide variety of countryside settings around Surrey, with tranquil waterways, open meadows, landscaped parkland and plenty of hills to climb.
Discover what to see and do at Box Hill in the Surrey Hills. Explore the beautiful landscape on foot or cycle the world’s most popular hill climb on your bike.
With riverside walks and open meadows, art installations inspired by history, and a series of moving memorials, there’s lots to see and do at Runnymede and Ankerwycke.
Tranquil waterway running for nearly 20 miles through the heart of Surrey
Denbies Hillside is a great place to explore the great outdoors. Enjoy peaceful countryside walks, slopes covered in wildflowers and panoramic views.
Find out what to do in the great outdoors at Leith Hill in the Surrey Hills. Walk a trail, stroll in the colourful woods or look out for wildlife as you explore.
There’s plenty to do and see at Hindhead Commons, from walking around the Devil’s Punch Bowl to spotting Exmoor ponies.
Relax in a landscaped park designed by ‘Capability’ Brown, challenge yourself with walks along the North Downs or visit places of historical interest, like Reigate Fort.
The Commons’ dry, sandy soil makes it ideal for visits in all weathers. Follow the trails, or go wherever you want, and explore the woods, grasslands and heathland areas.