Haunted Hikes of Surrey

Friday 28th August 2020 by Hikes of Surrey

Join North Downs Way Ambassador Michael Vergien on a ghost story filled 2 hour walk along some of the spookiest views that the North Downs has to offer. Passages will be read and tales will be told, but most importantly, we will learn why it’s good to be afraid of the dark…

Start: Meet us on the South side of St Martins Church (RH4 1DW) in Dorking at 19:00.

Finish: You will be back in Dorking around 21:00.

Walk Level: This is an easy 3 mile walk. The toughest part will be keeping your nerve.

Equipment: You will need sturdy footwear and a torch. Some parts of the walk can get muddy and slick depending on weather and gore.

Dogs: It is recommended that dogs are left at home on this walk for fear of the werebeast.

Children: Children 8 years and older are welcome on this walk. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Travel: It is a 15 minute walk from Dorking Main Station and there is a car park just North of St Martins at the end of Mill Ln. This car park has two sections, one is short stay and the other is long stay; make sure you park in the correct area.

Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/events/458226664783956.

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