walks01There are many countryside walks in and around Woldingham. This page provides a number of useful maps, plus links to groups that organise walks in our area.

> Woldingham Countryside Walk (by Woodland Trust)
> Woldingham Millennium Walk (print and fold into an A5 leaflet)
> Woldingham Countryside Walk (by Surrey Hills)

East Surrey Walkers

You may also be interested visiting the East Surrey Walkers website, a local group of the Ramblers, who organise walks in Surrey, Sussex and Kent.

Surrey Hills Society

The Surrey Hills Society also organises walks in our area as part of their events programme.

John Harris’s Walking in England

Walking in England – includes links to free downloadable routes in and around Surrey, including Woldingham

Vanguardwalk01The Vanguard Way

This is a long distance walk that passes through Woldingham. The Vanguard Way website provides maps and directions for all parts of the 66 mile long route from East Croydon to Newhaven. View and print the map for our village here:

> Vanguard Way Map – section through Woldingham

Greenwich Meridian Trail

The Greenwich  Meridian Trail is a long-distance walk that follows the line of the Prime Meridian. Inaugurated in 2009, to coincide with the 125th anniversary of the Greenwich Meridian, the walk begins at the splendid monument to King George V at Peacehaven in East Sussex and ends, 273 miles later, on the coast at Sand le Mere in East Yorkshire.  The walk is divided into four parts, each covered by a separate guidebook. Book 1 covers the section of the walk that passes through Woldingham.