New Signature Hike available for pre-order. Orders will be shipped in the first week of April.
Alight at the wonderfully Victorian Box Hill and Westhumble Station and pick up a coffee from Ryka’s café before you begin your walk. Enjoy spectacular views and woodlands along the way, before stopping for a well-earned lunch at the King William IV pub, nestled away in Byttom Hill. If you’ve brought your own, there are plenty of picture-perfect picnic spots en route! After lunch it’s time to explore the Druids’ Glen and the fascinating ancient yews that inhabit it. Norbury Park also features a lot on this hike, complete with an imposing Georgian Manor whose origins are mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. A steady downhill trail leads you to the home straight as you get a glimpse of the beautiful railway bridge over the River Mole.
Curator: One of our own, Rosie Down.
• Never-ending views to the south from the famous Box Hill viewpoint
• Exploring magical woodlands and ancient yew trees
• Catching your breath at some stunning pub and picnic options
• Defeating two big hills and reaping the rewards