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Walking at Hindhead Commons and the Devil's Punch Bowl

A woman walking a dog on lead along the path through the heathland in winter
Enjoy a winter walk at Hindhead | © National Trust Images/John Miller

Explore the open heathland, ancient woodland and discover the myths and legends of the Punch Bowl along the way. Choose from a gentle stroll across the old A3 with far-reaching views towards the London skyline or why not take a more challenging hike down into the valley.

Hidden Hindhead walking trail
Discover Gibbet Hill and the Temple of the Four Winds on this popular trail, and take in some of the best views in the area.Look out for the grazing Exmoor ponies
Roam 639 walk
This exhilarating but demanding walk takes takes in the base of the Punch Bowl, Gibbet Hill and The Temple of the Four Winds.Explore the commons and the Devil's Punch Bowl
The Sailor's Stroll walk
Enjoy the wonderful views on this gentle walk to Gibbet Hill while learning about the barbarous murder of the unknown sailor.Discover the sailor's stone
Highcombe Hike
Take this challenging walk through ancient woodland and open heathland to find out how the Punch Bowl was formed.Explore deep into the Punch Bowl
Miss James Walk
Take a gentle walk and discover the significance of the Victorian philanthropist, Miss James.Enjoy a woodland stroll
Children running just below the viewpoint, Devil's Punch Bowl, Hindhead Common, Surrey

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