Godalming to Eashing along the River Wey
A reasonably flat(ish) route leaving Godalming following the Fox Way to Eashing and then returning to Godalming along the river Wey
- River walk
- Potential livestock
- Picnic area
- Wildlife spotting
- Historic site
- Great for running
Did you know
The Jack Phillips (Titanic senior wireless operator) Memorial garden, designed by Gertrude Jekyll was built and opened exactly two years to the day of the Titanic sinking.
The garden of Munstead Wood, the Grade 1 listed home of Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) while now privately owned can be visited by contacting the owners directly on the website link below
Godalming was the first place in the world to have both a public and private electricity supply introduced in September 1881. The current was generated by a water-wheel at Westbrook Mills.
Lovely scenery particularly on the second part of the walk near the River Wey
A reasonably quiet route.
A mix of path types along the way with a few stretches of the walk along quiet roads.
Lots to see along the River Wey including the Phillips Memorial Park and Eashing bridges