The Mole Gap Trail offers the opportunity to visit two historic market towns and the outstanding countryside of the Mole Gap, including England’s largest vineyard. You will discover a river that has carved a route through the chalk of the North Downs, some of the best ancient yew and box woodlands in Europe and historic parkland that has inspired famous writers and artists through the centuries.
The walk starts from Leatherhead rail station and finishes at Dorking rail station. The return journey is a simple 5 minute train ride.
You’ll be guided through the history, heritage and habitat of the Mole Gap Trail by scanning our QR codes waymarkers along the way.
Leatherhead station, KT22 7SQ
Dorking station, RH4 1TF
|Toilets||Yes||Leatherhead and Dorking station, as well as toilets within hospitality facilities along the route.|
|Seating||Yes||Benches throughout the route|
|Stiles||/||Audit in progress|
|Terrain||/||Audit in progress. Pavement in town centres and woodland paths that can be muddy and have exposed tree roots.|
|Incline||Yes||This route has some steady uphill and downhill inclines.|
|Waymarked||Yes||Waymarking will guide you throughout the entire route.|