A Big Walk
This fine walk in the South West Peak area of the Peak District begins at the Pym Chair car park above Goyt Valley, and initially ventures to Windgather Rocks before dropping to lower ground. The route then heads south into the valley of Thursbitch and eventually ascends to the top of Shining Tor before making a return to the car park via Shining Tors ridge, bagging the summit of Cats Tor along the way.
A walk I have lead for the Epsom and Ewell Ramblers, starting at the Denbies NT car park on Ranmore Common.
The walk descends to the mill at Milton court and then progresses along the valley of the Pipp Brook skirting the north of Westcott turning north and climbing up the best ascent of the North Downs (relatively gentle and excellent views). It then proceeds along the North Downs way back to the start.
A relatively flat 10 mile ish walk taking in the river Wey/Wey Navigation and Whitmore common. A pleasant lunch stop on the hill in Whitmore common and a nice pub stop by the river. This walk follows the E2 European Long Distance route along the river/navigation and the Fox Way for much of the walk.
I have not actually walked this trail as such although I have walked most parts of it.
There is a full description at http://shereparishcouncil.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/shere_millen... (or search for Shere Parish Milennium Trail)
This description starts the walk at Peaslake as a figure of eight. You could also park at Shere Recreation ground car park for the northern most section and Holmbury hill car park for the southern section.
Another easy, if muddy circular walk around the Chobham area. This time around Mimbridge.
A good starting point with parking is Just off the Chobham road - Grid ref: TQ002604. From there, follow a tarmac track through woodland before bearing right onto a muddy footpath. From here, the footpath skirts both teh McLaren Technology Centre (of supercar fame) and Fairoaks airport where you'll normally see a range of light aircraft as well as some vintage aircraft and the police helicopter coming and going.
An easy (if sometimes muddy), 5.5 mile flat walk around the outskirts of Bisley. Points of interest along the walk include the National Shooting Centre and Coldingley Prison. The nearby Horsell Common is also worth a visit whiler in the area as it was the site of filming for the intro to HG Wells War of the Worlds.
There are many places to park on this route, but we chose a quiet gravel layby opposite the National Shooting Grounds.
A great 5.5 mile walk that could be extended or shortened to suit.
A short but steep 4.3 mile circular walk with some fantastic views towards the coast.
On the summit of Leith Hill is Leith Hil Tower, built in 1765 and renovated in 1864 and again in 1984. The tower is 19.5 metres high and takes the total heightof the hill to 294 metres (a marilyn).
The walk starts from the campsite at Etherley Farm and follows a number of trails through Leith Hill Copse and Orchard Copse, passing Leith Hill PLace before crossing the road and winding through Slittens Copse.
A varied 4.5 mile walk from the church in Woodmancott, through College Wood and across the fields to the hamlet of Popham. The route then turns east past Popham Court farm before entering Popham Down Copse. Part of the route here can be very muddy due to logging trucks.
The route then passes through more woodland before rounding onto a long shallow ridge that can be windy. A northerly turn at the farm buildings then takes you back towards the church.
Not much in the way of facilities here. There is a pub on the A30 before the turn off to Popham.