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The Surrey Hills are home to some of the most picturesque landscapes the South East of England has to offer. Discover everything from gentle strolls through ancient woodlands to vigorous climbs where you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the South Downs. 

The National Trust website has an extensive collection of the best routes for all abilities. We have highlighted some of our favourites below but to discover more visit the National Trust website.

Reigate Town History
Treasure Tour

This Treasure Trail has been published as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations of the Royal Charter of 1863, which made Reigate into a Municipal Borough.

Moderate route

Reigate Hill from the train station

Feel on top of the world after a tough climb to the Inglis memorial. You’ll be rewarded with simply stunning views of the area.

Moderate route - 2 hours – 5.8km

Margery Wood to the
Yew Tree pub

The chalk downland on this stretch of the North Downs boasts rare flora and fauna and some of the most magnificent views of the Surrey Hills.

Moderate route – 1 hour 30 mins – 5.9km

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