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Easdor one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting East Horsley and Dorking.

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East Horsley
Grid Ref TQ0948352945
Lat / Lon 51.26515° / -0.43214°
Easting / Northing 509,483E / 152,945N
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Grid Ref TQ1643549288
Lat / Lon 51.23091° / -0.33373°
Easting / Northing 516,435E / 149,288N
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Easdor One's land is

Arable 3.5%
Pasture 28.6%
Urban 35.3%
Woods 32.6%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



18 Dec 2023 Autumn

I started at Horsley Station (June 2023) and used some quiet back paths to get to East Horsley centre. A lovely walk through the woods south of the A246 especially seeing the Lovelace Bridges (Stoney Dene and Meadow Plat). The path after Ranmore Common is quite steep and rutted. There's a railway to cross. Instead of crossing the A25 at Westcott, I continued on the cycle path north of the village and through Milton Court to meet the road into Dorking.


30 Aug 2022 Summer

A really pleasant walk along bridleways and the Greensand Way into Dorking. The route begins at the church in East Horsley about 15 minutes from the train station on a pavement. The route passes historical buildings and bridges built by Earl Lovelace. A few undulations down towards Dorking. A few stiles in good condition but mostly gates along the route. No walking along busy roads. About 4 hours in length, so a nice afternoon walk.

  • JohnMyerson


    11 Mar 2023

    To avoid crossing the A25 at Westcott there's a path/cycle track that goes through Milton Court.

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