This Walk is Exclusive to The Pup & A Way App!

Download Now for Full Details & More Exclusive Content

☆ Interactive, Followable Route to Load Straight into Built-In GPS
☆ Full Details including Photos & User Review
☆ Find Further Details on Terrain, Water, Parking & Poo Bin Details
☆ Save Your Walks into Favourites Lists
☆ Track and Save Your Own Walks to Share, or Keep Just for Yourself
Find Out More

Location

London Road, Hindhead, Surrey, GU26 6AB

(opens in new window)

Date Added:

October 21, 2021

Parking

Large car park, free for National Trust members. For non-members currently is £1.50 p/hr up to 2 hours, £4.00 up to 4 hours, £6.00 all day

Terrain

Will vary depending on which route you take, and signs indicate difficulty. Mostly gravel, sandy, or woodland paths. Some very rocky and uneven, and some very steep climbs too. No stiles, some kissing gates.

Water

No water here

Poo Bins

Several around the car park and picnic areas

Local Info

Good for a family trip with cafe, facilities, picnic are and simple play area.

Walk Distance:

5.2km

Date Walk Added:

October 21, 2021
Click for route map
(opens in external website)

Author Review

As soon as you come out of the car park and through the picnic area you find yourself at the summit looking out for miles over the region and it's quite incredible.

There's a lot of routes if you just want to find your own way, or check the signs and you'll see the various pre-set routes which are well laid out and easy to follow.

We chose the yellow route, and for the first three quarters was pretty easy and mostly downhill, going through woods and heathlands. As we entered the ancient woodlands which were one of the highlights with open spaces and huge trees, the route gets a little more treacherous and save a bit of energy for the end climb back to the car park!

It's busy round the car park but actually not too bad the farther you go from it. Plenty of space for well behaved dogs to be off the lead - there are cyclists and horses that use the paths, and we came across some wild ponies, deer, rabbits and squirrels too so are plenty of things to look out for so for us Hank was on the lead most of the way here.

Something not quite right?

We try to ensure that all information is correct at time of writing, but please be aware that things may change that we are unaware of.

Please help us keep up to date by reporting errors or updates.
Contact Us

The Pup & A Way App is Now Available! Click For More