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

5 Burdenshot Rd, Worplesdon, Guildford GU3 3RN

(opens in new window)

Date Added:

July 7, 2024

Parking

We parked in the car park next to the Jolly Farmer pub's car park. There is another car park on the opposite side of the common too on Salt Box Road. Both are free and have height barriers - didn't see a dimension but approx. 2m

Terrain

Nice and flat with no real hills. Some paths were very narrow, squeezing through the ferns and brambles! Couple bridges and uneven surfaces, no stiles.

Water

Great little pond with shallow entrance area fro dogs to have a splash and a swim.

Poo Bins

One poo bin at the end of the pub car park

Local Info

Literally starts and finishes next to a dog friendly pub, The Jolly Farmer.

Walk Distance:

3.5km

Date Walk Added:

July 7, 2024
Click for route map
(opens in external website)

Author Review

The first part of the walk was trekking through some narrow overgrown woodland paths, until we found the watering hole. No room for Hank as a couple of other dogs already playing in the water but looked lovely, and we followed the path around the pond.

From there the path came out onto a private road and we navigated our way through, not really sure if we were walking on public pathways or private driveways but it did finally go into a woodland path and over a little stream.

After that you walk into the main common, which is a large and open heathland with lovely scenery. The paths walked through the heathland and back up adjacent to the train tracks back to the car park.

There were a few other dog walkers around, but wasn't busy. Beware the common is used for grazing so were cows around, and paths are used by horses although we didn't see any.

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