Horizon horses

Tadworth Circular

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Through a tunnel

Tadworth Circular

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Horses and church

Tadworth Circular

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Churchyard Yew

Tadworth Circular

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A mist descends

Tadworth Circular

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Pond on the heath

Tadworth Circular

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Trees on the heath

Tadworth Circular

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Tadworth via Headley Heath and Box Hill Circular walk

Mixed open and wooded chalk downland with several viewpoints close to London

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SWC Free Walk 139, Tadworth via Headley Heath and Box Hill Circular.16/9/12.

A zone 6 walk in Surrey of around 13 miles and costing the princely sum of £3 return! Starting out from Tadworth station, and with no actual walk instructions to follow, the walker navigates (such skills and a compass definitely needed on this walk! Adds to the excitement...) out of the town and into the open countryside, soon passing under the M25, and then into the village of Headley. Soon after, the walk crosses The National Trust's Headley Heath, a fine mix of heathland, woodland and chalk downland, with some great views. There's an option to climb White Hill, but this wasn't possible today due to the walker getting way-laid by an 'incident' near High Ashurst Outdoor Centre... There's a climb to more fine views from Juniper Top prior to more forest walking for lunch at Box Hill. After lunch, this walker chose to follow the North Downs Way (replicating Box Hill Circular Walk for a while), bypassing Box Hill village, all the way to Buckland Quarry/Hills. Thereafter, it's back over the M25, on to Walton Heath and its golf course before retracing steps over the common at Tadworth and back to the station. A lovely walk on the fringes of London, though taking a little longer to reach than some other zone 6 walks. Surprisingly rural for the location. As it currently stands, this 'map walk' definitely requires navigation skills; the presence of an outdoor centre in the forest is no coincidence...


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