Trees in Nower And Milton Heath Wood - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Walking back down from the Temple in The Nower And Milton Heath near Dorking, I came across this stand of three tall trees partly illuminated by the low December sun. This virtual tour comes into it's own when you look up to the branches of the trees. Panorama taken 22nd December 2011.
Trees in Nower And Milton Heath Wood - FURTHER INFORMATION
Trees in Nower And Milton Heath Wood - Dorking visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Trees in Nower And Milton Heath Wood' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Surrey.
The Nower And Milton Heath between Dorking and Westcott is a popular walking spot. Covering some 36.21 hectares (89.49 acres), the park contains a mixture of open grassland, sandy heathland and woodland with various marked walking routes. The woodland has a rich and diverse habitat with many kinds of trees and animals.
At the top of one of the hills is the Temple, a covered seating area with good views. Different parts of the heath offer excellent views across The Weald to the south and to Ranmore, Boxhill and the North Downs.
The Nower and Milton Heath is managed by the Surrey Wildlife Trust and has parking just off the A25.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Bus: Dorking, Sondes Place Drive Stop (21, 22, 32, 121), Westcott, Milton Court (21, 22, 32, 121).
Train: Dorking Rail Station, Dorking Deepdene Rail Station, Dorking West Rail Station.
Road: The Nower And Milton Heath is on the western edge of Dorking with access from Coldharbour Lane, Hampstead Lane and the A25 Westcott Road. Dorking is at the junction of the A24 and A25 roads, about 27 miles from central London and 12 miles east of Guildford. It is 15 miles north-west of Gatwick Airport.