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Section 1 of the North Downs Way Riders Route winds its way through the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for 48.8 off-road miles from Farnham to Oxted.
The famous 153-mile North Downs Way National Trail is now rideable, winding through through the Kent Downs and Surrey Hills Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Quiet and almost entirely traffic free, our Riders’ Route is easy to follow, family friendly and – above all – absolutely beautiful. It can be broken up into easy to manage sections so you have the choice of testing your skills as a cyclist or horse rider on challenging hills, or just enjoying the scenery on a pretty family day out on two wheels or even four legs!
This section of the North Downs Way Riders’ Route takes you deep into the Garden of England, around ancient structures and along pilgrimage routes for an incredible journey across the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and aspiring Cross-Channel UNESCO Global Geopark.
Wind your way through the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, exploring the landscape that inspired Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and passing through woodland nature reserves, chalk grassland, and the babbling River Wye, spotting rare wildlife and fauna on the way.
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