Hurst Green to Old Oxted and Tandridge
Friday 12th January 11am
Please park in the pub car park.
69 Tanhouse Road
Oxted RH8 9PE
Located on Google maps here.
Starting at the Haycutter in Hurst Green, near Oxted, our hike crosses the fields towards Old Oxted. We head towards Tandridge Golf Course along to Tandridge and back through the pretty countryside.
Distance 3.5 miles
The walk was created by ifootpath for the Haycutter Pub by joining 3 of our walks together to form one longer walk.
The route can be found here.
Introductions 15 minutes
Walk 120 minutes
Your first NetWALK is FREE.
This netwalk is £10 pre-booked by BACs or cash on the day.
Please register or contact us to receive full details and BACs payment information.
Meet at The Haycutter freshly refurbished in October 2017.
Map provided by ifootpath. The route can be found here.
We will be leaving on time and cannot wait. Please register and you will receive our mobile number, you can then message us on the day of the walk to confirm your attendance.
Our great British climate is unpredictable, so please be prepared for rain or sun!
Be prepared check list:
- Walking boots or shoes with good grip
- Water bottle - its thirsty work walking and talking!
- Have your introductions ready to share and make them memorable!
- Don't forget your business cards or flyers.
- Check your pace and feel righteous with the app Map My Walk.
- Please tell us if you have anything we should know prior to the walk e.g. past injuries, if you need to leave early.
The walk has been risk assessed and you will be asked to sign a disclaimer before participating. Walking is one of the safest and healthiest activities, however the ground is rough in places, there are exposed tree roots and overhanging branches along the path. The route is a designated public walking path and is well maintained. Oxted Networking and their guides cannot accept responsibility for any circumstances affecting the Health and Safety of the participants. We will have a basic first aid kit with us just in case of injury.