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Walk at Leith Hill

The National Trust
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All abilities

Hiking

Hiking

Walking

Walking

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Walk around the woods, heathland and farmland around Leith Hill, the highest point in South-East England with stunning views - especially from the National Trust managed Leith Hill Tower. From the car park head up the steep slope for views and sprawling woodland trails, or simply explore the Rhododendron woods planted by Caroline Wedgwood. There are plenty of other parking options in the vicinity.

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General Information
Free entry

Free public access

Suitable for dogs

Great for dogs

Refreshments available on site.

A small kiosk at the base of Leith Hill Tower

No toilets available

No toilets on site

No camping options nearby

No camping options nearby

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For more information check out the National Trust Website

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Leith Hill Rhododendron Wood Walk

All abilities

All abilities

0.8 kms

30 mins

a gentle walk through Rhododendron Wood, which was created in the late 1800s by Caroline Wedgwood

Leith Hill woodland walk

All abilities

All abilities

4 kms

1.5 hrs

An invigorating circular walk at Leith Hill with long gradual climb to the tower and stunning views.
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Tanhurst Ln, Dorking, UK

Free parking

Plenty of free, basic parking

Not easily accessible by public transport.

Not easily accessible by public tranport



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