The Devil’s Punch Bowl in the South West of the Surrey Hills is not to be missed. Discover a vast and colourful landscape of purple, greens and gold. The views across the Punch Bowl are spectacular & venture a bit further to discover the stunning scenery at Highcombe Edge and Gibbet Hill. Legend has it that the Devil scooped up a handful of earth and hurled it at Thor, God of Thunder, the depression that remained is the Devil’s Punch Bowl.
Toilets open during cafe opening hours.
Dogs welcome (except in cafe). Please keep them on leads when livestock are grazing
The café is open serving hot and cold drinks and light snacks. Please see the National Trust website for more information.
Accessible parking at the main Devil’s Punch Bowl car park – four designated spaces 70m from the café
Full Changing Places toilet facility. The hoist is currently out for service due to a mechanical issue. Please see the National Trust website for details.
Accessible toilet in the Devil’s Punch Bowl Café
300m easy access circular route, from the car park to a sandstone viewing platform
Forty benches dotted around the property at view points, near slopes and in picnic areas
The car park is at the top of the valley, many of the paths heading down into the Devil’s Punch Bowl are very steep
Find out more about recent access improvements here
Car parking is £4 and free for National Trust members.
National Trust Devils Punchbowl Car Park
Postcode: GU26 6AB
There is a bus stop 0.3 miles from Devils Punchbowl. The Stagecoach number 19 Aldershot-Haslemere runs via this stop.
The Greensand Way is a long distance path stretching for 108 miles across Surrey and Kent. The waymarked path starts in the nearby town of Haslemere and runs through the estate. It is hilly and uneven in places.
London Road, Hindhead, Surrey, GU26 6AB