Hollow Ways

Jellies HollowWinding their way across the common are numerous hollow ways of varying depths and widths. The pattern is dominated by a north-south trend graphically shown on John Rocque’s County Map of Surrey (1767).

 

There were four main north-south routes across “Hurt Wood Common”, together with the sinuous route from Sutton through Pedland (alias Pitland) Street to Jeoland and Radnor Farms. Traces of these routes can still be seen today.

Favourite Walks

Favourite Walks

There are over 60 miles of paths and bridleways, some steep paths more suitable for fitter walkers whilst there are plenty of less hilly areas if you wish to go for a more gentle stroll.

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Hurtwood Map

Hurtwood Map

There are two maps available, with or without car parks. There is no official map showing MTB trails, but you can find out more by asking around while you're out & about on the Hurtwood.

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Ranger's Blog

  • Hurtwood Maps
    Recently I’ve had a lot of requests for maps showing the areas that are now under our management after the land owner changes.. So I’ve been busy colouring in some maps for you! These shaded in areas show the areas that we manage and also the different land owners. Advertisements
  • Report of near miss on Saturday 4th March 2017 on Pitch Hill
    Fortunately incidents like the one recounted below are not a regular occurrence, but still do happen too often. The Hurtwood is becoming increasingly popular, and must be shared by many different users. Our role is to try and maintain that balance, which I feel we do very well, but it does partly also rely on […]
  • A look back on the year that was 2016.
    I was going to call this the “Highlights of 2016”, but I’m not sure all the fly tip pictures could be considered highlights, just unfortunately frequent! So, just going through some pics on my phone, this is some of what we got up to in 2016…… January seems to have been open season on fly […]