Heathland walk around Pirbright

3rd March 2024, 11:00 - 12:30

Free guided walk


Heathland walk around Pirbright

Sunday 3 March 2024
11am start
Approx finish at 12.30pm




This walk will be led by our Chairman, Gordon Jackson, and will explore the heathland around Pirbright and the adjacent Ash Ranges.

The precise route will depend on conditions underfoot but Gordon will select a route that ensures you see as much as possible of this stunning and biologically diverse landscape.

Stretching across vast areas, the Pirbright heathland is characterised by its unique and picturesque scenery.

One of the most striking features of this heathland is its rich biodiversity. It is home to a wide range of plant and animal species, making it an important ecological hotspot.

The heathland supports a diverse array of flora, including heather, gorse, bilberry, and various grasses. These plants provide a habitat for numerous insects, birds, and small mammals.


This walk is classed as of MODERATE difficulty due to the distance.

Please wear strong footwear and clothing suitable for the prevailing weather conditions.

ThIs event is not suitable for pushchairs or those with mobility challenges.

Obedient dogs on leads are welcome.

The cost is free but you must book your ticket by pressing the brown button below.

Deadline for booking is 29 February 2024

If you are interested in having lunch (at your own cost) after this walk, there are pubs nearby e.g. The White Hart and The Cricketers on the Green

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This event is fully booked. If you wish to have your name on our waiting list, please let us know via email or contact form.


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