Frith Wood

Just off the walk route on the Whyteleafe to Woldingham walk

04-May-15 • Saturdaywalker on Flickr

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Riddlesdown goats

Whyteleaf Circular

16-May-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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Roman (edible) snail

We saw quite a few on one stretch. Whyteleaf Circular

16-May-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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They were this big

Edible snail. Whyteleaf Circular

16-May-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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Teaching a snail tricks

This gesture means "slow down". Whyteleaf Circular

16-May-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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Halliloo Valley

Whyteleaf Circular (shorter version)

16-May-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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Hole through a tree

Whyteleafe to Woldingham

19-Feb-12 • moontiger on Flickr

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Whyteleafe to Woldingham walk

Bluebell woods, fields, valleys and nature reserves on the London/Surrey border.

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SWC Free Walk 43, Whyteleaf Circular. 9/10/11.

Just 30 minutes from London, and still in zone 6, this 13.5 mile walk makes a great day out if you don't want to travel too far, though as a result, you're never too far from 'suburbia'. From Whyteleaf station , the walker is soon climbing to enjoy the views from Riddlesdown; shortly after, there's some woodland walking through King's Wood before lunch at Selsdon Common. Thereafter, it's back through King's Wood before reaching possibly the best views of the day at Halliloo Valley. From here, there's some road walking prior to reaching Whyteleaf South station. Not a bad walk for a location still within the Travel Card zonal system, though a little too urban for this walker's liking. (Some minor wind interference).


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