Countryside Walks

Churt is surrounded by wonderful countryside to explore. There is a Walking Group you can join with if you would like company. 

Ten Walks in and around Churt

These walks were originally created and published in booklet form in 1994 by Michael Stenning, who was then the Postmaster at Churt Post Office. With Michael’s kind permission, these walks are being revised and republished digitally in 2021 by the Churt Environment Working Group. Five of them are available now for you to download; the other five will be published as soon as they are completed. They are of varying lengths and level of difficulty. Some are suitable for family walking whilst others are for more serious hikers.

Ten Walks
Walk 1 Powers pond
Walk 2
Walk 3 Frensham pond
Walk 4 Little Pond
Walk 5 Two Jumps

Download Walk 5: Churt Crossways, Old Kiln, Jumps Road, Devil's Jumps, Rushmoor, Hankley Common, Kettlebury Hill, Pitch Place, Hyde Lane, Avalon, Green Lane. Distance: 6.1 miles / 9.8 km.

Surrounding commons and woodland

Churt is very fortunate to be surrounded by commons, National Trust, Woodland Trust, Waverley Borough Council and Surrey Wildlife Trust managed land, as well as by areas of private woodland with permissive walks. A few links are given below but you will find lots more information and details of walks in the surrounding area on the web. Note that some of these areas are Sites of Special Scientific Interest, Ramsar sites, Special Protection Areas, Special Areas of Conservation and local or national nature reserves.

Churt Common  - Devil’s Jumps and the The Flashes