Greensand Hills (Leith Hill Wooton Forest Tillingbourne) 28 km
HIKE STARTS AT 10.15 am (Once the London train arrives)
We walk through England's largest Vineyard and 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 upto the top of Leith Hill (The highest point in the South East), 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 small & quaint Tillingbourne Waterfall
Hike up Leith Hill to the highest point in the South East and see the Tower
Hike length: Approx 17 miles Protected content
Approx Ascent: Protected content
Terrain: There will be 3 ascents, 2 short ascents and 1 longer and steeper, but manageable for fit hikers
Hike pace: Brisk 3.0 mph approx
This hike is only for hikers capable of walking 25 km + at a reasonable pace. You should not attend unless you are capable of doing this distance. Hike finish time is approx (it depends on walking speed of group).
Bring a packed lunch and plenty of water
Trains from London Waterloo
THERE ARE NO TOILETS AT THE STATION BUT WE WILL STOP AT THE TOILETS IN THE WINE ESTATE
Hike leader: Amit
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