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Greensand Hills (Leith Hill / Denbies / Wooton) 26 km Brisk

Hosted by the Consul of the London Countryside Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Sun 05 Jun 11:00 - 17:30

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We walk through England's largest Vineyard and make our way to the Old Carriage Road where we get stunning views of the wooded Greensand Hills.

We make our way through a valley and past the ancient Church of St John the Evangelist, cross the Tillingbourne River before arriving at the Hammer pond where we'll have lunch.

We'll then proceed to the Hamlet of Broadmoor, The Tillingbourne Waterfall, hike to the top of Leith Hill, Bury Hill Fisheries before making our way back to the vineyards and the station


Hike through the magical forests of the Wooton Estate and the dense woodland paths of Broadmoor

Traverse the picturesque Hamlet of Friday Street

Visit the stunning Denbies vineyard & the quaint Tillingbourne Waterfall

Hike up Leith Hill to the highest point in the South East

Walk starts at: Boxhill & Westhumble station

Walk ends at: Boxhill & Westhumble station

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Terrain: There will be 4 ascents, 1 long , 2 short ascents and 1 slightly longer and steeper, but very manageable for fit hikers

Hike pace: Brisk 3.0 mph approx

This hike is only for hikers capable of walking 20 km + at a reasonable pace.

You should not attend unless you are capable of doing this distance

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Bring a packed lunch and plenty of water


Trains from London Waterloo / London Victoria. There are no toilets at the station

Hike leader: Amit