Epsewe one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Epsom and Ewell.

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Grid Ref TQ2073060870
Lat / Lon 51.33411° / -0.26833°
Easting / Northing 520,730E / 160,870N
What3Words soft.cats.tower
Grid Ref TQ2201662626
Lat / Lon 51.34962° / -0.24928°
Easting / Northing 522,016E / 162,626N
What3Words nods.wonderfully.garage

Epsewe One's land is

Urban 100.0%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



14 Mar 2022 Winter

I did this walk on a day that had quite heavy rain, so the route was really good because it was simple to navigate, which meant I didn't have to keep an eye on the map all the time to keep my phone/map dry. There weren't any cyclists when I was walking on the path, but since there is no real separation between pedestrians and cyclists, both would need to be quite careful sharing the path. That said, the path is pretty safe and well maintained. If I were to walk it again I might find some alternatives to vary up the long stretches of road.


26 Jan 2022 Winter

Taking the foot/cycle path from Waterloo Road (Temple Cl) is a nicer route than Temple Road. Both run parallel with each other so it won’t effect journey time.

Jo P

17 Nov 2021 Autumn

There are two places where an alternative path can be taken, rather than walking along a road.
1. There is a path off Waterloo Road that goes alongside Court Recreation Ground ( parallel to Temple Road) and finishes at Pound Lane. Walk along Pound Lane and cross Temple Road to rejoin the route.
2. There is a path opposite Ewell West station. Cross at the traffic lights on the bridge and follow the path down some steps and across Gibraltar Recreation Ground. When you reach the road at West Street, turn left and continue to the final destination at the end of the road.

Gill M

28 Apr 2021 Spring

The pathway by Longmead Road is designated as a cycle route in both directions, so cyclists can be a hazard.

Toilets at Bourne Hall, near start, and at Epsom Library, Epsom Square, near end.

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