Just before exiting through Gate 27, look back at the view. It includes two working farms, ancient woodlands, historic farmsteads and rolling downland, offering a diverse range of places for wildlife to live. Walk Ideas and Collections    Just past the second section of fencing, turn right onto the stoney track. Go back on yourself, passing the path you came up on the left and continue into the woods. 10 Take the track ahead, which bends sharply to the right through the trees. In the spring, see the woodland floor covered in beautiful bluebells and look out for brimstone and orange tip butterflies. Turn left and then immediately right around the edge of the field, where you will have views over to Heathrow to the right. 4 At the T-junction, turn right then go left through Gate 26 and climb up Worzel Bank. Please enable javascript in your browser preferences). Soon there is a turn to the left through a gap in the fence just inside the wood. - Food and drink: Polesden Lacey coffee shop and Granary Café. Ignore gate 22 on the left and keep straight ahead. An undulating walk from Ranmore Common in the Surrey Hills, through part of the National Trust estate of Polesden Lacey. 8. This walk is part of the Explore Surrey collection, published through a collaboration between iFootpath and Surrey County Council. Wind down the hill in the woodland. Follow the main track uphill. Follow the track uphill. Look out for other wildlife such as deadwood insects, butterflies, badgers and 12 out of the 16 native species of bats. Len's View looking out over Ha-Ha Field at Polesden Lacey. 9 Turn left along here and continue until reaching the view point and picnic area. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Westhumble Village. Stay on this path which will lead you through a copse with a small pond. View overlooking Prospect Field at Polesden Lacey. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | At the end of the field look back for views over to central London and the Shard building. The Polesden Lacey Estate and parts of Ranmore Common and Denbies Hillside are owned by the National Trust. At the end of the path, go through the gate on your left and up the steep hill. Head diagonally right for the corner of the wood ahead and right. At the end of the field look back for views over to central London and the Shard building. GPX File Polesdon Lacey.gpx (On Desktop:Right Click>'Save As. There are over 1400 acres of parkland and gardens to explore with magnificent views of the North Downs hills throughout.

North Downs Way within 0.75 miles (1.2km). | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Continue following this path, reaching Tanners Hatch on your right. The largest part of the estate, 600 acres, is taken up by two tenanted farms, Polesden Farm and Goldstone Farm. Free example walks, See/Show Password Please indicate where each photo was taken. Alternatively, parking available in Bookham and then walk up to the National Trust site. Consider taking some water along with you especially if it's a hot day. GPS Waypoints for Walking    go4mailvariable='go4awalk.com' All rights reserved. We welcome dogs in a large area of the gardens and on the wider estate. There's also the Denbies Wine Estate which contains the largest vineyard in England, representing more than 10 per cent of the plantings in the whole of the United Kingdom.Around here you can also pick up the Mole Gap Trail long distance footpath. (Butterfly walk on marker post). Walk along the tarmac road bearing left. Ask Sue2102 about Polesden Lacey. If you would prefer a walk without having to pay to visit Polesden Lacey's pleasure grounds, then simply ask our visitor reception team who can advise you of waymarked routes around this area. Camping    Enjoy autumn colour on refreshing walk across the estate at Polesden Lacey. }. We welcome dogs in a large area of the gardens and on the wider estate. } Ordnance Survey Map: Explorer 146 Dorking, Box Hill & Reigate. Copyright © 2000-2020 TMDH Limited. Bus routes: Bus: 408, 478, 479. Walk Search    Walking Gear Guides    5 Go straight ahead over a track and through Gate 28 with a view of Polesden Lacey House to left. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | This easy route is great for all the family, so round them up and have a fun day outdoors tramping through our estate and discovering the delightful wooded valley. Copyright | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Statement, A - Z    Date of experience: November 2018. Bear left around the corner of the wood following the finger post and continue back to car park. The route follows part of the North Downs Way National Trail. Turn right on to Yew Tree Lane once the carriage drive to the house in the 1820s - for about a mile (1.6km), passing Yew Tree Farm on your right. Trees stripped of their leaves cast skeletal shadows on frosty ground. Countryliner 479 Guildford to Epsom, alight Great Bookham, 1.5 miles (2.5km). Fell Facts   
Tanners Hatch, now a youth hostel, stands at the foot of Ranmore Common, and was first recorded as Tanners in 1614. Dogs welcome. Why not pick up a dog walkers leaflet as you arrive at Polesden Lacey. through the line of lime trees and onto the stone pathway. So before you use up all your capacity for wonder inside the house, spend some time in the extraordinary gardens and grounds. Pick up a map from our visitor entrance, or download this web page to your phone, as there may not be mobile phone reception along the walk. Dog friendly too. Click here for the A - Z, Questions & Answers about Walking & Hiking. It's a great way of exploring the Surrey Hills with views of the River Mole along the way. Reviews (1,410) Write a review. For help logging on, see Help > FAQs > Logging On. At the ditch, bear right and at the bottom bear right and then go straight ahead through Gate 15. The walk is suitable for tramper vehicles or equivalent mobility vehicles. function myFunction() {

At the top of the hill continue along the road passing a gate on the right with a ‘Home Farm House’ sign on it. The expansive common is a great place to extend your walk with miles of footpaths taking you through woodland and open downland, with great views of the Surrey Hills.On the eastern fringe of the estate you will find Denbies Hillside. Go through these and turn left. Stay on this path and look out for sheep and cattle which graze in these fields.

At the top of the hill you come to a path ‘T’ junction with a finger-post direction sign. In 200 metres you'll find another bench on your left. NB. At the cross path turn right downhill with field to your right. Polesden Farm. Ranmore Common  -  The North Downs Way  -  The Spains  -  The Roundabouts  -  Burnetts Leaf  -  Hogden Cottage  -  Pigden Cottage  -  Polesden Lacey  -  Bookham Wood  -  Crabtree Cottage  -  Chapel Farm  -  Westhumble Chapel  -  Ashcombe Wood  -  St Barnabus Church  -  Ranmore Common.

Gates at the end of Bagden Valley on Polesden Lacey's Wellness Walk. 1 Leave Polesden Lacey car park through pedestrian gate (Gate 43) at the far right corner of the car park (if facing the entrance to the courtyard).
Go into the field keeping the hedge on your right. View over Bagden Down on Polesden Lacey's Wellness Walk. Drinking in the beautiful landscape at Polesden Lacey, Line of lime trees on Polesden Lacey's Wellness Walk. Following this trail on mobile or tablet? £5 (free to members by scanning membership card at a machine and displaying ticket in your car). Take the left path opposite Tanners Hatch and continue straight along this path up into Ranmore Common until you come out opposite Ranmore Common Road. Take a peak behind the scenes at Polesden Lacey on Instagram. To close this message click anywhere outside this window, • Find NewWalking Friends &Walking Groups, • Questions & Answers about Walking & Hiking, Can't find something? News    Polesden Lacey is an Edwardian house and estate, located on the North Downs at Great Bookham, near Dorking, Surrey, England.It is owned and run by the National Trust and is one of the Trust's most popular properties.. ©2020 GPS Cycle and Walking Routes | Contact Us | Disclaimer | Which GPS. Winter walks Polesden Lacey Although nature is resting, there is plenty to enjoy out on the estate in winter. Please note that there is admission fee if you wish to enter the grounds or house of Polesden Lacey (free for National Trust members). Steep terrain in places. Immediately after this is a set of gates on the right, leading into the car park. The Polesden Lacey house nestles at the heart of a 1400 acre estate. To add your walk photographs and pictures to this walk, please send them as email attachments (configured for any computer) along with your name to: