Thank you so much for choosing to take part in ‘Walk the Walks’ to raise much-needed funds for our charity.

We hope that you will enjoy exploring new routes across the North West of Surrey, where our hospice provides care.

Simply click on the titles of the routes below to find maps and further information.

Do keep checking this page in future as we will aim to add further new routes – and do let us know if you have a favourite route you would like us to share via fundraising@wsbhospices.co.uk.

Hampton Court to Staines-upon-Thames – via the Thames Path

A 13 mile flat route from the gates of Hampton Court Palace, featuring a wealth of historical information and sights. It follows the Thames Path through Walton, Chertsey and Laleham to finish at Staines Town Hall.

Shared with the kind permission of Sean Davies.

Staines to Windsor Castle

A 10.5 mile route following mostly towpath and parkland. The route crosses Staines Bridge, then follows the Thames before crossing the road at Runnymede. It passes The Jurors, the John F Kennedy Memorial, the Magna Carta Memorial and Writ in Water, and the Air Forces’ Memorial. Passing through Englefield Green and through the Great Park you’ll head around Windsor Castle to finish at Windsor & Eton Riverside Station. (See here for a shorter route incorporating these memorials.)

Shared with the kind permission of Sean Davies.

Staines-Upon Thames

A historical walk around Staines, this route is 10 miles in full but can also be broken into smaller segments of between 1.3 miles and 3 miles, as per our guide in this link.

Shared with the kind permission of Sean Davies.

Ripley to Walton Bridge

An 8.5 mile walk starting in Ripley Green, joining the River Wey Navigation at Walsham Lock. Follow the Wey, mainly surrounded by green open space and pasture, through West Byfleet, New Haw, Addlestone and Weybridge to Thames Lock. Our route then joins the Desborough Cut to finish on the River Thames at Walton Bridge.

Shared with the kind permission of Sean Davies.

Broad Water Lake Walk, Weybridge

From Weybridge town centre join the Broad Water Lake path to Cowey Sale, with a return along the Thames towpath for a 3 mile walk.

Shared with the kind permission of the Weybridge Society.

Aspects of Weybridge Walk

Choose a 4.5 mile (red route) or 2.75 mile (blue route) to explore Weybridge town centre and discover fascinating facts and hidden history. This route is suitable for wheelchair users.

Shared with the kind permission of the Weybridge Society.

Ramble around Runnymede, Englefield Green

This easy 4.5 mile circular route from Englefield Green visits the John F Kennedy Memorial, the Magna Carta Memorial and the Air Forces Memorial.

Shared with the kind permission of Surrey Life Magazine

Chobham Palace Woods

Explore this semi-natural woodland. This route is suitable for wheelchair users.

Shared with the kind permission of Surrey Heath Borough Council

Lightwater Country Park

Lightwater Country Park includes a variety of natural habitats and wildlife to spot. This route is suitable for wheelchair users.

Shared with the kind permission of Surrey Heath Borough Council

Windlemere SANG, West End

Enjoy a 1.4 mile circular route. Previously Windlemere Golf Club, the area has been re-wilded to increase its biodiversity and restoring natural habitats including wildflower meadows. You may even spot a roe deer or great crested newt if you are lucky.

Shared with the kind permission of Surrey Heath Borough Council

Horsley Jubilee Trail

A 9 mile circular route from Horsley Station using mainly public footpaths and bridleways and along the broad ridge of the North Downs. The walk takes you through open country, woods and farmland with the minimum of road walking.

Shared with the kind permission of the Surrey Hills Society

Bisley

A gentle, circular 2.5 mile route from the Shaftesbury Road Car Park, Bisley, GU24 9ER. Discover the woods, fields and lanes of rural Bisley. There are a few stiles to cross on this route.

Shared with the kind permission of Surrey Heath Borough Council

Bagshot

A moderate, circular 2.5 mile walk from Bagshot Playing Field Association Car Park. Enjoy charming lanes and woodland behind Bagshot. There are a few trees to cross on this route.

Shared with the kind permission of Surrey Heath Borough Council

Chobham Meadows

Take a gentle 2.5 mile stroll through the riverside meadows that lie beyond the village of Chobham. Start from the car park behind the Chobham Rider shop at 100 Chobham High Street. (This walk can be wet underfoot at times.)

Shared with the kind permission of Surrey Heath Borough Council

Turf Hill, Lightwater

This pleasant 2.5 mile walk takes in open heathland, dense woodland and quiet lanes. A circular route from Turf Hill Car Park, Guildford Road, Lightwater, GU18 5SW.

Shared with the kind permission of Surrey Heath Borough Council

Runnymede Meadows

Starting at Runnymede Pleasure Gardens car park (Windsor Rd, Egham TW20 0AE) enjoy a circular river walk view of the Magna Carta Island before venturing past the John F Kennedy Memorial and Magna Carta Memorial.

Shared with the kind permission of Runnymede Borough Council

Ottershaw Chase, Timber Hill and Chaworth Copse Doorstep Walk

Enjoy a choice of three 1 mile rambles which intersect so you can chose to do one or all three.

Shared with the kind permission of Runnymede Borough Council

St Ann’s Hill, Chertsey

A 0.75 circular walk around St Ann’s Hill, with history dating back to the Bronze Age. A lovely spot for a picnic.

Shared with the kind permission of Runnymede Borough Council

New Haw Lock

This round route passes along the River Way and the watercress beds. Start at New Haw Lock car park (Addlestone KT15 3JQ).

Shared with the kind permission of Runnymede Borough Council

Hythe Park Tree Trail

Enjoy the beauty of cherry, ash, field maple, wild willow, alder, hawthorn, hazel, silver birch and gingko trees on this concise park walk. Start at Hythe Park car park (Egham TW20 8AT).

Shared with the kind permission of Runnymede Borough Council

Hare Hill Doorstep Walk, Addlestone

A 1 mile loop featuring woods and wetlands – if you go later in the evening you could even see glow worms lighting up the dusk. Start at the junction of Hare Hill and Spratt’s Lane, Addlestone KT15 1AZ. Please note there is no parking on this site.

Shared with the kind permission of Runnymede Borough Council

Ether Hill and Queenswood Doorstep Walk, Ottershaw

Taking in Ottershaw Memorial Ground and the wooded hills above, this route has the dubious distinction of being the site of a 14th century gallows. Today it’s perfect for all the family to roam and enjoy. Parking in two car parks off Foxhills Road, Ottershaw KT16 0QB.

Shared with the kind permission of Runnymede Borough Council