No less than a quarter of Surrey is covered by this area of outstanding natural beauty which is a continuation of the Kent Downs to the east and the South Downs.
The Devil’s Punchbowl, according to legend, was formed when he hurled a handful of earth at Thor -but you’ll be lured by the open heathland and the wonderful views over The Weald.
Discover the stepping-stones at the foot of Box Hill. Once at the top, you can indulge in spectacular views, and enjoy walks through chalk downland and woods.
Did you know Leith Hill is the highest hill in the SE, or that Limpsfield Common has the smallest Post Office? Silent Pool (no, not the gin, but there is a connection!) was visited by none other than Prince John. The market town of Dorking is close to Denbies, the famous and largest vineyard in Surrey. Visit Polesden Lacey, the home of the Edwardian socialite Margaret Greville, and take a walk through the gardens, with their spectacular views, which will make you want to explore the surrounding countryside.
Surrey Hills Guides
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