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Surrey Hills guided walk

This walk has a lot of variety - hills, heath, river and the UK's oldest continuously inhabited house!

  • Booking essential

This ten mile walk really does offer a lot: we start at Chinthurst Hill car park and head for Great Tangley Manor and on to Blackheath. After a quick coffee from the flask you're brought with you, we'll aim for Chilworth and the gunpowder mills before going up past Chilworth Manor and on to St Martha's and a lunch break. Then its down through the Chantries and past Shalford Mill before joining the River Wey towpath. The last part of the walk follows the Wey South path and then a big climb up to the top of Chinthurst Hill and then descends to the car park where we started.

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The basics

Booking details

Call 0344 249 1895 We ask you to book to give us an idea of numbers, but the walk is free

Meeting point

Meet at Chinthurst Hill car park (not NT but free) near Wonersh, GU5 0PR

What to bring and wear

Study footwear is needed for this walk. Please bring a packed lunch as there is nowhere convenient to buy food. There are no toilets at the start.

Accessibility

There is rough ground and three climbs on this walk

Upcoming events

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Three Surrey properties walk 

River Wey, Winkworth Arboretum and Hydon's Ball and Heath - all on foot! This is a 10 mile plus guided walk that is hard to resist...

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on
25 Feb 2024
at
10:30 to 15:30
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World Book Day weekend 

Celebrate World Book Day at Dapdune Wharf with a weekend of storytelling, crafts and activities and a children's book swap.

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on
9 Mar to 10 Mar 2024
at
11:00 to 16:00
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Churches and pubs walk 

The alternative name for this walk is 'Through the Albury Estate, but we seemed to pass so many churches and pubs on our way, in the end that had to be the name...

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on
13 Mar 2024
at
10:30 to 13:30
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North Downs guided walk 

We're borrowing another Trust place for the start of the walk - Clandon Park. Since the Clandon Estate used to belong to the Weston family, and Sir Richard Weston created the Wey Navigation, we thought it was fair...

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on
24 Mar 2024
at
10:30 to 16:00