The Leith Hill Greenway is a 9-mile multi-user off-road route linking Box Hill with Leith Hill, providing the very best Surrey Hills experience.
Discover the nature rich hillside and views of Box Hill, the spectacular vineyard of one of the UK’s largest wine producers at Denbies Wine Estate and the majestic tower on top of Leith Hill with sweeping views towards London in the North and the English Channel in the South.
Box Hill viewpoint, KT20 7LB
Denbies Wine Estate, RH5 6AA
Leith Hill Tower, RH5 6LY
The closest railway station to the start of the route at Box Hill and Denbies Wine Estate is
Box Hill & Westhumble station, RH5 6BT
There is a Buses4U Mole Valley Villager no.50 bus service that runs Monday-Fridays only. The closest bus stop is Broomehall Road, 1.5 miles from Leith Hill Tower in the town of Coldharbour. Please check timetables before you travel.
There is paid car parking at National Trust’s Box Hill viewpoint.
Box Hill car park, KT20 7LB
There is also parking at Denbies Wine Estate.
There are two recommended Surrey County Council free car parks closest to the tower, the route to these car parks from the tower are waymarked and a short downhill stroll away.
Starveall car park, RH5 6LX
Windy Gap car park, RH5 6HG
|Toilets||Yes||There are limited toilet facilities along this route such as: National Trust Box Hill Cafe and Denbies Wine Estate|
|Seating||Limited seating throughout this route|
|Stiles||Audit in progress|
|Terrain||Audit in progress. This is a mostly off-road route, so there are exposed tree roots, sandy and muddy areas and some steps.|
|Incline||This route has some steady and challenging inclines, especially up to the tower.|
|Waymarked||Yes||Waymarking will guide you throughout the entire route.|