Guildford via Chantries Hill Circular walk
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Day Hike 20KM Guildford via Chantries Hill Circular Vlog GoPro DJI Spark
Liam Chadzynski • 14-Sep-18
Very nice 20Km day hike, Guildford Circular via Chantries Hill. A circular hike around the beautiful Surrey countryside skimming along the North Downs way, ending on the National Trust Wey Navigation along the canal. Once again uploaded the Saturday Walkers Club route into Google Maps, the route was pretty much spot-on. Not massively strenuous but very enjoyable walk with some amazing scenery. Shot mostly on GoPro Hero 5 Black, mounted on the GoPro Karma Gimbal. Voice shots filmed with Samsung Galaxy S9+, and the aerial shots with DJI Spark drone. Edited with Shotcut for Windows. My photos from the walk https://photos.app.goo.gl/qivEzUpb8SvoE7368 Link to walk route https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/walk/guildford-via-chantries-hill-circular/ Music Noel Griffin https://noelgriffinmusic.com/ and P C III http://www.pipechoir.com/p-c-iii-music.html Please Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/user/liamjchad... Follow me: https://www.instagram.com/liamchad/ http://twitter.com/liamchad http://www.facebook.com/liamchadzynski
Guildford via Chantries Hill Circular. 1/4/12.
amib • 03-Apr-12
Yet another cracking day of walking! This time about 14 miles in the hinterland of the Surrey town of Guildford and the Surrey Hills AONB. Leaving the station, the walk follows the River Wey Navigation, then, briefly,The North Downs Way before ascending Chantries Hill on the Pilgrim's Way for some fine views and, in season, delightful bluebell woods (just appearing today). Rejoining the North Downs Way, the walker climbs steadily for lunch, and further fine views, at the hilltop church of St Martha's. Thereafter, it's a steady descent into Albury (possible pub lunch here) on The Downs Link path and then on to the sandy heathlands and woods of Blackheath. Soon, the walk follows what appears to be a former railway line beside the River Wey and the walk back into Guildford. A lovely walk of contrasts, aided and abetted by some delightful April weather. Unlike the recent Essex walk, no shortage of water in this part of Surrey! (Still believe the 'mysterious bird' is a Nuthatch, based on its beak and a glimpse of orange flank).