We'll take a circular route up and around Leith Hill, where there are plenty of photo opportunities en route.
Walking up gentle paths through woodland, we'll arrive on top of the second highest hill in the southeast. There is an 18th Century gothic tower at the summit and fabulous views over the Weald to the south coast and, looking north, over London. It is said that 13 counties can be seen on a clear day.
The tower is open to the public . You can climb to the top for a small fee and there is also a small kiosk at the foot where you can buy a hot drinks and a slice of cake.
The paths are not difficult but not accessible for wheelchair users. Please wear sensible footwear as it may be muddy.
Well behaved dogs welcome!