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The Hoe Valley - Woking

The Hoe Valley mapWoking Leisure Centre car park, off Kingfield Road, Woking, allocated for badge holders.

The Hoe Valley Path follows the Hoe Stream, a small tributary of the River Wey. It is managed by Woking Borough Council and designated as a Site of Nature Conservation Importance (SNCI) because of its varied habitats.

From the Leisure Centre car park, it's a short walk to the newly-created easy access trail that starts almost opposite Woking FC Ground. There are two roads to cross with traffic lights and dropped kerbs. The trail follows the Hoe Stream and goes past small ponds, leading into residential areas.

  • parking/blue badge (Woking Leisure Centre)
  • toilets/accessible (Woking Leisure Centre)
  • refreshments (Woking Leisure Centre)
  • surfaced path
  • seating/picnic areas
  • river and ponds
  • wildlife
  • grassland
  • trees/woods

For further information please contact:

Woking Borough Council
Directorate of Technical Services
Civic Offices, Gloucester Square
Woking GU21 1YL.
Tel: 01483 755855
Email: wokbc@woking.gov.uk

  • Updated: 10 Jun 2019

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