Abinger Roughs

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Abinger Roughs: Is an area of woodland with scrub, grassland, beech, conifers and a nature trail.

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Walk:6.3/10
Popularity rank: #2959
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Surrey, Home Counties, South East England, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Colkitchen Hole, Broomy Downs, Netley Heath, Old Sims Copse, Piney Copse, Sheepleas, Hackhurst Downs, Cole Kitchen Down, Deerleap Wood, Greatlee Woods, Mountain Wood, Oldlands Wood, Rowbarns Plantation, Effingham Forest, Oaken Grove, Netley Park

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Hackhurst Downs

31 Ha of chalk grassland, scrub and secondary woodland, which contains the only sizeable stand of juniper on the North Downs. The site is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its incredible diversity of wild flowers and invertebrates.

Sheepleas

The 102.61 ha (253.55 acres) of Sheepleas lie on the chalk slopes of the North Downs within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The site is a mosiac of woodlands (both ancient and recent) and grassland. This mixture of habitats supports a huge diversity of wildlife, and as a result has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Cole Kitchen Down

Located north off the A25 at Gomshall in Colekitchen Lane. Park outside Colekitchen Farm. The reserve is on the slope to your left as you approach the farm. Gomshall Station is 1-1.5 miles away.
6.6 Acres (2.7ha) covers a valuable remnant of open unimproved chalk grassland. The grassland shows typical plant associations of chalk grassland on the North Downs. Small scabious, salad burnet, marjoram and basil are common.

Netley Park

Is made up of grazed parkland, pasture and woodland.

Piney Copse

A small mixed woodland

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