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Woodland Walks
in the Surrey Hills

Our hikes start near Dorking and Leatherhead in delightful countryside, only 50 minutes by

train from central London.

Led by a knowledgeable guide you will experience ancient woodland, home to a wide range of flora and fauna and some critically endangered species.


School Visits

We work with schools to deliver days out for children to safely explore wood, river and grassland environments.  The focus is on seeing, hearing, feeling and touching nature firsthand. A visit to Swanworth Farm adds to the excitement for children.

Bespoke Events

Have a date
in mind?

Get in touch and we will be delighted to talk through your requirements to provide a beautiful day of hiking for your group with either a lunch or cream tea included.

Our walks are easy to moderate in difficulty.

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Moon Walks

Autumn and winter are the season for our guided evening hikes.

Led by a knowledgeable guide and always joined by a back stop so you can enjoy the different sounds and sights the night time woodland offers. 


You will literally see things in a different light.

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What People Say
about their day out in Surrey

"The Natural History Tour' of Norbury Park was most inspiring and very well organised. The Guides were very knowledgeable and I learnt a lot about the history of the area, trees, flora and fauna. I could not believe the delightful cream tea laid on at the end of the walk. The attention to detail was amazing with linen table cloths, napkins, flowers and a first class cream tea." 

                              - Beverly, Haywards Heath

- Beverly, Haywards Heath

Support Us

We are now able to offer walks and events for children, tours for disabled people and those dealing with loss. We are a not for profit company, run and supported by volunteers and to offer these types of events to the people who most need it, we need funding to cover costs involved.  Please do get in touch if you can support us.

Thank you


Future-proofing our environment can seem an overwhelming problem. But here are just a few ways we can each help at grass roots level;

Consider leaving the car at home and hopping on a train

Take your litter home

If you see it pick it up and dispose.

Respect the Countryside Code

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

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and contributors from the Mickleham and Westhumble Community
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