A gently undulating walk starting from Effingham Junction station. The route passes through woodland, farmland and over several commons.
|Start point:||Effingham Junction train station (note: Effingham Junction is one and a half miles from the village of Effingham)|
|Grid ref:||TQ 103559|
|Ordance Survey map:||Explorer 146 Dorking, Boxhill and Reigate|
|Distance:||6.5km (four miles)|
|Typical time:||Allow at least two hours|
|Footwear:||Stout shoes, boots. Parts of the walk can be muddy, and wellingtons are recommended in winter.|
|Transport:||For help with planning your journey by public transport please visit www.traveline.info.|
|Parking:||There is a pay and display car park at the station.|
|Facilities and Refreshments:||There are no pubs or shops along the route. If you wish to detour into Effingham village, follow Water Lane south from point 6 and turn right along Lower Road to pass Howard of Effingham school. The Plough pub and Sir Douglas Haig Hotel are near the junction with the Street.|
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