View of Dorking From Box Hill - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama taken part way up Box Hill in Surrey showing the view over the town of Dorking and the North Downs. This panorama was taken hand-held in January 2009 whilst walking in the area.
View of Dorking From Box Hill - FURTHER INFORMATION
View of Dorking From Box Hill - Mickleham visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'View of Dorking From Box Hill' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Surrey.
Box Hill is a popular walking and cycling spot in Surrey, England, next to Mickleham village, a little south of London. This path heads up the steep west flank of Box Hill. There is a well known walking route from Box Hill and Westhumble Station. This crosses the A24 before ascending the hill. At the foot of the hill the path crosses the River Mole. During the summer months walkers use the 'Stepping Stones' but in the winter these are often flooded and there is a second bridge.
You can see how this path leads through the woods on the satellite view of the Google map.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Train: Box Hill and Westhumble station, Broome Park station.
Road: The nearest main roads are the A24 and A25.