Tandridge Border Path

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Start: Tatsfield
Grid Ref: TQ413568
Distance: 52 miles (84 km)
Climbing: 1,281 metres
Walk time: 22-26 hours
Days: 4-5

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Tandridge Border Path, as its name suggests follows the boundary of the Tandridge District in Surrey which borders the neighbouring counties of Kent, Sussex and Greater London. Linking the villages and hamlets of East Surrey the walk which is circular and begins and ends in Tatsfield visits Clacket Lane, The High Chair, Staffhurst Wood, Kent Brook, Haxted, East Grinstead, Dormans Park, Felbridge, Hedgecourt Lake, Domewood, Burstow, Smallfield, Weatherhill, Outwood, South Nutfield, Mercers Park Country Park, Spynes Mere Nature Reserve, Merstham, Ockley, Tollsworth Manor, Old Coulsden, Kenley Common, Dipsley's Shaw, Mossyhill Shaw, Puplet Wood, Frith Wood, Frylands Wood, Fickleshole and Chelsham Court. The path links with the Vanguard Way, Eden Valley Walk, Sussex Border Path, Greensand Way, North Downs Way and Downlands Circular Walk while making its way around the border of Tandridge.

Useful Links:
Tandridge Border Path Guide
A Tandridge Border Path Blog
Long Distance Walkers Association

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