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Walk at Chobham Common

Wildlife Trust
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All abilities

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Walk at Chobham Common, the largest National Nature Reserve in the south east of England and one of the finest remaining examples of lowland heath in the world. Unlike many of its counterparts, there are few facilities here and it is managed with a light touch, giving an unexpected feeling of being in the wilderness. This huge expansive area straddles the M3 and has numerous car parking options. From Stapple Hill, with it dominating views, head down onto the larger part of the Common, or cross under the M3 onto the Northern side.

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General Information
Free entry

Free public access

Suitable for dogs

Great for dogs

No refreshments on site.

No refreshments on site

No toilets available

No toilets on site

No camping options nearby

No camping options nearby

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For more info check out the Surrey Wildlife Trust website

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Chobham Common South Circular

All abilities

All abilities

5 kms

1.5 hrs

This walk takes the paths through the common, with views across the lowland heath and surrounding woodland.

Chobham Common South Full Circular

Intermediates and above

Intermediates and above

8 kms

2 hrs

A full circuit of the South Common

Tunnel to Chobham North

All abilities

All abilities

5.7 kms

1.5 hrs

Views over the South before going through the tunnel to a circuit of the North Common.
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Chertsey Road, Chobham, Chertsey KT16 0ED, UK

Free parking

Plenty of basic free parking with several alternative locations

Easily accessible by public transport.

Walking distance from Longcross station



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