Bramley, Chinthurst Hill, Blackheath and Wonersh



9.7km (232m)
Moderate (3hr 5mins)
Average time
3hr 5mins
Limited & Free
Route Advice

  • Dog friendly
  • Parking
  • Pub
  • Shop
  • Village
  • Forest/woodland
  • Hilly
  • Bird spotting
  • Good phone signal
  • Wildflowers/gardens
  • Wildlife spotting
  • Farmland
  • Great for running
Walking back to Wonersh along the Fox Way
  • Starting AddressBramley Old Station Car Park, Bramley, Guildford, UK

Did you know

The tower on Chinthurst hill was built in the late 1930s by Lord Inchcape and is now a listed building.

A carpet of bluebells on Barnett Hill.
WW2 Memorial on Blackheath Common
The view of Chinthurst hill on the way back

Route Score


The views at the top of Chinthurst Hill are spectacular!


A relatively unknown loop. The only noisy element is the final kilometre through Wonersh.


The route (particularly the path before the climb up to Chinthurst Hill) is likely to get muddy during wet periods


Chinthurst Tower is a Grade 2 listed building.

The North Downs Link early on the walk

Route Notes

There are three larger car parks along the route if you want an alternative start/finish position.
- Chinthurst Hill Car Park
- Blackheath Common Car Park
- Littleford Lane Car Park
All three can be found and selected on the map

The view on the way down from Chinthurst Hill

The fuel stop

  • Fuel Type Pub
  • Location on Route At the end
  • Address The Grantley Arms, Wonersh, Guildford, UK