Woking borough is home to a number of beautiful green spaces, providing lots of walking opportunities for anyone looking to get outside and get active.
Woking nature walks
Woking nature walks are regular guided walks around the borough led by a trained walk leader aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of participants through being active and connecting with nature.
The walks are open to all and are accessible for a range of walking abilities. They are free to join. Participants under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Woking nature walks take place every Friday between 11.30am and 12.30pm, starting 30 September 2022. The walks begin and end at the Eastwood Leisure Centre café, taking a beautiful route along the Basingstoke Canal.
Become a walk leader
Becoming a Woking nature walks trained walk leader gives you the opportunity to meet new people in your area and develop your leadership and people skills, all while discovering new outdoor areas of Woking to explore. Full walk leader training is provided for all volunteers, plus support from fellow walk leaders and Woking Borough Council.
If you prefer to forge your own path through the great outdoors, there are a number of self-guided walks to help you explore the borough and stay active.
- Byfleet Heritage Trail
- Horsell to Hook Heath
- Muslim Heritage Trail
- Old Woking Heritage Trail
- Rural Ripley
The above walks were developed for The Woking Magazine and were correct when first published. Some reference points may have altered. To advise us of any changes or to share your favourite walking routes with us, please contact the editor.
Telephone: 01483 755 855
If you've enjoyed a particular walk or you spotted something interesting along the route, please share your photos with us. You can email the editor or tag us on social media.