Join us as we explore a scenic area set among the rolling hills and woods of the North Downs. A nominated World Heritage Site, the area's claim to fame is its connection to Charles Darwin who found inspiration in this land for his greatest work - that upon the theory of evolution.
Our trail takes us firstly across picturesque fields and a beautiful country park, and from there to the pretty village of Downe. Passing by Darwin's old home we will head east, reaching the woods of Downe Bank and then on into Cudham valley.
Our day's adventures will then be brought to a close, as usual, with food and refreshment in a local pub.
Meet: London Bridge Station - 9.45 am (leaving on 10.14 train) – entrance to the M&S shop
Price: £21 (includes transport and guided hike) Please pay before the trip using the secure PayPal link at the top Price does not include meals and drinks
Distance: 15 km/9 miles
Hike level: easy to medium
Expected return in London: 9PM
Things to bring: water, packed lunch, waterproof clothing, hiking boots, camera - if you would like to take some pictures, money for end of day pub dinner