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A 2 mile (3.5km) circular walk between Abinger and Effingham on the White Downs through beautiful tranquil woodland and chalk grassland.
You will see many lovely views on this walk which goes through chalk grassland, along drove roads and passes the famous WWII pillboxes that provided a line of defence from German planes. Old Simm’s Copse and Dunley Wood provide a wonderful display of bluebells in the spring.
Allow 1 hour.
Start/Finish: White Downs free car park
Stiles/Gates: 0 stiles, 2 gates
Terrain: Moderately challenging, gentle climbs, wear suitable footwear
Views: From North Downs. Bluebells in spring in woodland Toilets: None en route
Refreshments nearby: Kingfisher farm shop, several pubs in Abinger & Gomshall nearby