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EXPLORE THE
SURREY HILLS

Our walking tours are based near Dorking in a delightful part of the North Downs, home to a wide range of flora and fauna and some critically endangered species. 

 

From local history to mysteries of the woodland we look forward to sharing the wonders of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 

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REVIEWS

What a wonderful experience! I enjoyed our walk more than I can say.  I simply loved all the insights into flora and fauna, and ancient local landscapes and culture, that it gave us.  It was all superbly planned.

Customer 

Things he enjoyed were the packed lunch, the cake making and he talked a lot about the flints and iron activity. 

Parent of a child on tour

The information your guide gave us just blew my mind, I will forever think and feel differently about the forest, thank you.

Customer

I wouldn't have missed the walk for anything - thank you so much.  I look forward to another one.

Customer 

NEWS FROM THE RIVER MOLE

Anton tells us a little about a critically endangered species in the River Mole he came across recently.

European eel - Anguilla anguilla is a species of eel, a snake-like, catadromous fish. They
 

NEWS ABOUT EVENTS

Are you going to be part of the Big Green Week?

18 – 26 SEPTEMBER 2021
A national week of events promoting action on climate change 

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HOW YOU CAN HELP PROTECT THE SURREY HILLS

Looking at the big picture, care of nature seems an overwhelming problem so we just started by addressing a basic question: 

"When we drive off to a beautiful location for the day, how can we have a brilliant time without impacting on the very environment we so enjoy?"

Here's just a few ways you can help.  Leave the car at home - travel by train.  If you bring picnics take your litter home.  Respect the countryside code

“In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” John Muir

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THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS

and contributors from the Mickleham and Westhumble Community