Merstham to Tattenham Corner walk

Viewpoints on the North Downs to start, a pub lunch in Mogador, and a London panorama from the Epsom Downs to finish.


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    Hiking In London, Mar-22

    Merstham to Tattenham Corner walk

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    Viewpoints on the North Downs to start, a pub lunch in Mogador, and a London panorama from the Epsom Downs to finish.

    The Main Walk starts along the North Downs Way and soon reaches Gatton Park, which was landscaped by Lancelot “Capability” Brown. A choice of routes through this attractive parkland ends with a steady climb through woods to a popular viewpoint at Reigate Hill and the chance for a mid-morning snack.





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    Hiking In London, Oct-18

    Wimbledon to Kingston (or Twickenham) walk

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    Wimbledon Common, Richmond Park, and the Thames Path.

    Distance: 11 km (7 miles)

    Classification: Easy

    Rating: 1 out of 10

    Hiking time: approximately 4 - 5 hours of actual hiking. The walk goes through Wimbledon Park, Wimbledon Common and past Wimbledon Windmill, before going through Richmond Park, London's largest national nature reserve. It also takes in Petersham Meadows, famous in the paintings of Turner.


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  • Merstham to Tattenham Corner All-day Hike Vlog, May 5th 2018. GoPro, Drone, MRE
    Liam Chadzynski, May-18

    Really enjoyable 17Km walk downloaded from the Saturday Walkers Club website, walking from Merstham to Tattenham Corner, enjoying some of the best scenery Surrey has to offer. Stopped in the forest for breakfast and lunch with a Lithuanian Military MRE, and was extremely lucky with a beautiful, warm spring day. Decided to Vlog the walk (using my phone), my first time so apologies for rambling on a bit. Also video came out a bit longer than anticipated! Please hit like if you enjoyed the video, and please remember to Subscribe for more!

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    Equipment used: GoPro Hero 5 Black, GoPro Karma Gimbal, DJI Spark Drone, Samsung Galaxy S9+

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  • Merstham to Tattenham Corner. 18/11/12
    amib, Dec-12

    A delightful walk of around 10 miles on the southern fringes of London. Starting out from Merstham station, which is just beyond zone 6, the walker is soon on the North Downs Way and into Gatton Park, which was landscaped by 'Capability Brown'. The hum of the M25 is never far away on this section, but as the walker ascends into woodland, so the hum diminishes, and there are some lovely views to compensate.

    The M25 is soon crossed for a possible lunch stop in the village of Mogador, and the drone is soon left behind. Crossing over Banstead Heath, the walker soon reaches familiar territory (Free Walk ) at Walton on the Hill, where lunch is had.

    Thereafter, the walk crosses over Walton Downs to reach Epsom Downs racecourse, and the short walk to the zone 6 station at Tattenham Corner.

    Another excellent shorter walk for the winter/spring months that affords some fine views and little financial outlay; just the tonic for these austerity times!