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Leith Hill, Tower and surrounding countryside are owned by the National Trust. It’s in the same Surrey Hills area as Box Hill but some five miles further south, making it a much less “cuddly” neighbour. Whereas Box Hill is very accessible by Road, you have...More
We walked the surrounding area and climbed the tower on a Saturday afternoon. A great location to take in some English country side, a very nice wooded area to walk around. If you climb the tower to the top you get fantastic views of the...More
Climb the paths from the car park to the base of the tower. Lovely views from the bottom of the tower where there’s also a little cafe serving drinks and ice creams. Going up the tower is worth the climb. From the top there are...More
Well kept and maintained paths through the woods, and the 20-metre tower is the focal point. Busy little cafe in its base, and very cheap (free for National Trust members) to go to its top. I was pleasantly surprised just how much can bee seen...More
love going to Leith hill with my dog and son - i only live near by so its easy to get to
great views and you can get drinks and food from the cafe which is in the tower.
There are places to...More
Walked up to the tower on a lovely warm day, the views are beautiful & it's very peaceful even with all the children running & screaming through the wood, it was amusing to listen to them all enjoying themselves. It's worth paying to go into...More
Well worth biking to the top and paying ( or waving your Nat Trust card ) for access to the top of the tower. Good range of snacks and drinks at the base. Great mountain bike trails down to Wootton and the hidden hamlet of...More