Box Hill Country Park

Surrey, England

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About Box Hill Country Park

Box Hill Country Park is National Trust owned and managed and lies within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is also part of a wider Site of Special Scientific Interest because of the rare wildlife and plants to be found here, which includes the Adonis blue butterfly and bee orchid.

There are breath-taking views across the surrounding North Downs countryside. An extensive range of walks are on offer, for which leaflets are available from the National Trust website, including a section of the North Downs Way, a long distance footpath.

The park was used for cycling events in London 2012 Olympics and as a result is now popular with professional and amateur cyclists.

Wildlife Watching
Nature Photography
Guided Tours
Surrey, England
Latitude: 51.253583, Longitude: -0.3133

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