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For something gentler, take the 20-mile towpath walk along the River Wey – one of the oldest river navigations in the country, dating back to the 17th century (uk).
First created by prehistoric farmers, it has taken 200 generations and 6,000 years of management to create this patchwork of wildlife-rich habitats.
More than a quarter of Surrey is designated an AONB and it is, in fact, one of England’s most wooded counties.
Walk through the lush landscape and you’ll discover a rare and ancient mix of beech and conifer woodland coming to life with bluebells and birdsong.
The 1,400-acre grounds include a 150m herbaceous border.
Winkworth Arboretum (01483 208477; uk), near Hascombe, has more than 1,000 species of trees and shrubs – among them maples, cherries, azaleas and magnolias with colourful displays in spring.
For Regency grandeur and royal intrigue, visit nearby Polesden Lacey (01372 452048; uk uk).