surrey

  • Devils Punch Bowl Ride - Hindhead

    This ride kicks off (and ends) at the Devils Punch Bowl car park in Hindhead. Lots of fun descents that are gnarly, can get quite steep, the occasional (breath holding) shute down on top also. It can get quite technical and the ups can be steep. I did quite a lot of pushing up but was worth it for the gnarly descents. Natural feel but a few carved sections and a really neat downhill area. Enjoy. About 8-9 miles long.

  • Surrey Hills - Holmbury Hill MTB GPS Route

    3 classic trails on 3 classic trails on Holmbury Hill (Yoghurt Pots, Telegraph Row & Barry Knows Best in that order) in one loop. It starts from and ends in the Walking Bottom car park and will only take 30 mins to 1 hour depending on your pace.in that order) in one loop. It starts from and ends in the Walking Bottom car park and will only take 30 mins to 1 hour depending on your pace.

  • Surrey Hills MTB GPS Route Holmbury and Leith

    Holmbury & Leith. Barry Knows Best, Yoghurt Pots, Telegraph Row, Resevoir Dogs, part of Summer lightning. 


    A good place to park is in the Holmbury YHA car park (Radnor Lane, Dorking, Surrey RH5 6NW). Bear in mind this is the end of the route not the beginning. You need to go a little east to find the start. 


    Also the GPS has a bit of footpath which you need to walk down to the road 5 mins into the ride. Apart from that it is fairly straight forward to follow. 

  • Surrey Hills Triple Threat Loop A North Downs

    The Triple Threat is a loop around the North Downs, taking in St Marthas, Newlands Corner, some of the North Downs way and a couple of picturesque Surrey villages – Shere and Albury. The route takes about surrsan hour at moderate pace and takes its name from the 3 killer climbs – we climb St Marthas in both directions and climb to Newlands Corner!


    The route starts from the car park for St Marthas church off Halfpenny Lane (a single track road joining Guildford and Chilworth). From here, we head straight up the west side of St Marthas for the first of the killer climbs. 


    [Update – not on the GPX – there is a nice jumpy/bermed trail from the top of St Marthas that comes out in the same place. Keep an eye out for a trail branching off left in the pine trees near the top of the descent.]


    Apart from one rutted descent called the boat it is not very technical and has some long wide bridlepath, country road and singeltrack sections.