Farnham Heath Orange Trail

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Surfaced path (uneven in some areas)
1 mile
Cafe

Loop
Toilets
Free car park

RSPB Farnham Heath was once home to a gloomy conifer plantation. It is now transformed into a beautiful heathland with views across the Surrey Hills, abundant with wildlife that includes roe deer, crossbills, nightjars, woodcocks and tree pipits.

This is a mostly level and surfaced for much of its length. One short gradient. Can get muddy in wet weather.

RSPB Farnham Heath, The Reeds Rd, Farnham GU10 2DL

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Farnham station, 3.3 miles

RSPB Farnham Heath, The Reeds Rd, Farnham GU10 2DL

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Toilets Yes Disabled toilet available
Seating Yes Few benches along the route, but plenty of space to sit at the Rural Life Living Museum.
Gates Yes One pedestrian gate
Stiles No
Terrain Surfaced path – can be uneven in some areas
Incline Gentle gradient
Waymarked Yes Follow the RSPB Orange route

 

Who might you see?

Nightjar

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Grayling

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Dartford Warbler

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Why not also plan a trip next door to the Rural Life Living Museum?

Pleasantly distributed over ten acres of field, woodland and buildings, our exhibits include a large number of implements and devices marking in excess of 150 years of farming. Many aspects of village and rural life, including many ‘rescued’ village buildings, are displayed in realistic individual settings.