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51.34962° / -0.24928°
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522,016E / 162,626N
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Crossing the Ewell bypass is not too bad as there are traffic lights at each end which delay the traffic. Quite muddy on the next section through the woods into Nonsuch Park. Aiming for Nonsuch Mansion there's a clear path across the grass. Toilets and cafe were open today (23rd November). Easy walking though Sparrow Farm Road and Cuddington Recreation Ground to Worcester Park and the Hamptons. Surfaced path through to Motspur Park....
JohnMyerson added Ewemot two, a new walk from Ewell to Motspur ParkWalk this route
Leave Banstead by a quiet path, cross dual carriageway at lights, and continue to Banstead station on a pleasant residential street and footpath through woods. From Priest Hill there is a long footpath direct to the Ewell bypass....
I walked Ewell to Banstead and had no problems as far as Banstead station, where there is a blind road crossing. Tbh from direction of Ewell this may not be obvious, there is a view of traffic coming round the corners; but for anyone coming from Banstead it would be very unsafe - you can’t see the cars and they can’t see you....
It's a short walk mostly along public roads with not a great deal of interest along the way apart from a wonderfully decorated post box and the modernist Bourne Hall which looks like a magnificent concrete flying saucer....
A pretty easy going route. A fair amount of residential walking though....
Along with being at great connection to the Ewell to Sutton walk, half of this route is a wonderful stroll from Ewell East station to Epsom. There’s a little bit of residential walking but mostly lovely footpaths. A small section of the London Loop also makes a cameo in Nonsuch Park....
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....
The path through Motspur Park is really beautiful and relaxing....
Head up Merritt Gardens off the A243 and turn off down the path and you’ll be back on route. Few roads with no paths but nothing too dangerous....
Route may inaccessible or difficult to navigate during the Winter but plenty of alternative paths can be found....
Surprisingly lovely alternative route down footpaths from Cheam Village to Sutton that's much better than the main road....
Avoid crossing the A217 dual carriageway at Banstead crossroads because of 60 mph limit by using pedestrian lights at Fir Tree Road and Brighton Road to enter Banstead via The Horseshoe. Food shops in Nork Way near Banstead Station. Good shops at Banstead (M&S Food)....
A really lovely route to Banstead from Ewell which is a nice alternative to the London Loop. Footpaths mixed in with fairly quiet residential areas. Couple of big roads to cross over....
I would avoid the Ewell bypass coming into Tolworth by heading across the wonderful Tolworth Court Farm Fields....
Mainly paved route except from railway bridge to Banstead Road. Two very busy roads to cross but traffic light junctions nearby. Railway Station at Banstead en route....
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....
Main road crossings by pedestrian lights or Zebra Crossing....
To walk from Sutton to Epsom follow this route to Nonsuch Park then switch to Epsewe two to continue to Epsom....
There is a path off Waterloo Road that goes alongside Court Recreation Ground ( parallel to Temple Road) and finishes at Pound Lane1...
Link to Epsom in Nonsuch Park - when coming from Sutton turn left at London LOOP signpost towards Ewell East Station....
Easy walking through parks and the banks of the river, part of the London loop. Good access and wide enough to share with cyclists. A lot of “alternative” paths so keep an eye out for the way-markers, but the river is the main guide...
Cuddington recreation ground a lovely linear park to walk through - had no idea it was there!...
To avoid much of the very busy Kingston Road between Tolworth and the Hogsmill, go into the Tolworth Court Fields and follow the path parallel with the road. At Ewell, note that Bourne Hall Park is locked at dusk....
After Cuddington Park, the route suggests there are paths between Sandringham Road, Braemar Road & Hobart Road - these are private back-alleys, not open the the public....
You follow the Hogsmill river for most of it, crossing it a couple of times, so it’s very easy to follow. Bourne Hall Park also seems to close 30mins before sunset, so that part of the route will be inaccessible at times...
Toilets at Bourne Hall, near start, and at Epsom Library, Epsom Square, near end....
Slow Ways added Ewemot one, a new walk from Ewell to Motspur ParkWalk this route