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On the blog: Aurora Pets visits Holmwood Common, Surrey

Discussion in 'Dog Walking' started by Aurora Pets, Oct 3, 2019.

  1. Aurora Pets

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    Read the blog and watch the video

    Holmwood Common is full of history and a lovely place to visit for a dog walk. A 650 acre ancient common South of Dorking which was once owned by King Harold and William the Conqueror. Here you can walk a circular route which will take you roughly 2 hours to walk at a gentle pace. The path is made up of flat terrain so it’s great for an easier dog walk. There are other footpaths which are signposted which will extend your walking time if you would prefer a longer walk.

    One of the great things about visiting here is that you have free parking at all 5 car parks surrounding the Common. We parked at Fourwents Mill Road Car Park which is placed at the side of the large Fortwents pond – a great place to sit and watch the ducks swim around and eat your picnic.

    There are several spots that you can sit and enjoy the area as benches are scattered all through the walking trails. A great place to stop and enjoy is the View Point where you can see the Spire of St. Barnabas Church on Ranmore Common and views of Surrey’s woodland.

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    This is a beautiful place to walk, not too far from where I live....actually got lost on there a few years back :D no sense of direction :D
     
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    It really is, we loved it and the dogs definitely enjoyed it!
     

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