Maps and guides for walking and cycling
If you've thought about cycling to the shops or walking to a bus stop for a trip to town, having the reassurance of a map of the local area can make all the difference.
We have developed a series of maps of walking and cycling routes to help you enjoy travelling around Surrey towns and villages healthily and sustainably, whether for work or leisure. These maps, listed below, are in PDF format so can be viewed online, saved to your desktop or printed out for when you are on the move.
We also publish an online cycle facilities map showing where improvements have been made to our networks that make cycling easier, safer and more enjoyable.
For great days out in our county, the Surrey Cycleway guide (PDF) additionally documents the county's longer distance cycle routes through the countryside, including the Downslink, the Olympic Road Race route and the Surrey Cycleway itself. Further walking and cycling guides are also available for exploring the countryside.
Cranleigh and Ewhurst
- Guildford town centre travel guide (PDF)
- Surrey Research Park walking and cycling guide (PDF)
- Surrey University (Guildford) travel guide (PDF)
- Westborough travel guide (PDF)
Leatherhead and Ashtead
Redhill and Reigate
Staines, Shepperton and Walton
- Staines-upon-Thames travel guide (PDF)
- Walton Bridge cycling guide (PDF) - for cycling between Shepperton and Walton
- Cycling for health scheme including maps, on Spelthorne Borough Council's website
- Woking town centre travel guide (PDF)
- Maybury and Sheerwater travel guide (PDF)
- Oyster Lane (Byfleet) cycling guide (PDF)
- Sheerwater health walks guide (PDF)
- Woking Park health walks guide (PDF)
- Goldsworth Park health walks guide (PDF)
Files available to download
- Surrey Cycleway guide (PDF)
Guide to the Surrey Cycleway and other cycle routes in the Surrey countryside including the Downslink, the Olympic Road Race route, Christmaspie trail, Yew Tree Way and National Cycle Network routes. Published 2012.