Guicra one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Guildford and Cranleigh.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Guildford and Cranleigh.

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Grid Ref SU9921949568
Lat / Lon 51.23667° / -0.58014°
Easting / Northing 499,219E / 149,568N
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Grid Ref TQ0603039030
Lat / Lon 51.14073° / -0.48572°
Easting / Northing 506,030E / 139,030N
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Guicra One's land is

Arable 5.8%
Pasture 38.7%
Urban 33.5%
Woods 22.0%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



11 Nov 2023 Autumn

This route is a great walk to Cranleigh and beyond if wished, along the Downs Link, which is what the route is from Bramley onwards, all the way to Shoreham if you wish, passing to the west of Horsham, Slinfold, Southwater, Christ’s Hospital, West Grinstead, Partridge Green, Henfield, Steyning, Bamber.
The DL is well-signposted.
The surface is good, predominantly hard earth, although can get a bit muddy in parts in the colder wetter months as horseriders and cyclists use it.

Paul Jeorrett

28 Aug 2022 Summer

This is a great route from Guildford to Cranleigh mostly along the Wey South Path and parts of the Downs Link Path. The first third or so follows the River Wey and Wey Arun canal and from Bramley it follows the old railway line which ran from Guildford to Horsham. The route flat throughout running and mostly shaded by trees for the majority of the path. Much of the route passes through river and canal side and woodland habitat so expect to see plenty of wildlife.

Bramley forms a perfect rest spot with a couple of pubs The Jolly Farmer and The Wheatsheaf and the excellent Nest Coffee Shop

The last mile is becoming built up with large numbers of new houses being built at Cranleigh but the village itself is worth the trip with lots of pubs, cafes and places to stay.

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