The Surrey Hills
The Surrey Hills offers some of the most beautiful and accessible countryside in the south east. You’ll also find an extensive footpath network, open commons, stunning views, attractive market towns, villages and much more. The Surrey Hills truly offers some of the finest walking in the South East of England. If you want to go for a walk in the Surrey Hills try a walking route or use one of our maps; this will provide you with a walking route and further information.
The Box Hill Cycling Circuit
The Box Hill cycling route is an excellent way to enjoy the countryside of the Surrey Hills. The route offers outstanding views over Dorking and the surrounding area. It’s a great ride for cyclists of all abilities. Follow in the footsteps of Bradley Wiggins on a picturesque section of the Olympic Cycle route. You're also not far from London if you want to cycle into the capital, but do be careful!
North Downs Way National Trail
The North Downs Way National Trail provides walkers with 153 miles of stunning scenery, picturesque villages and beautiful rolling countryside. But you would expect nothing less from a route that passes through both the Surrey Hills and Kent Downs Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs). Short sections are accessible to horseriders and cyclists too.
There is always something new to discover on the North Downs Way. The route possesses a wealth of wildlife, history, landscapes, attractions, villages and towns all waiting to be found.
With excellent public transport links to the trail (it is easily accessible by train from London) and a wide choice of accommodation along the route there is much opportunity to discover the North Downs Way whether on a day trip or a walking holiday.