Glory Woods

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Glory Woods: These are fine areas of woodland on the sandstone hills to the south of Dorking. There are two self guided trails around the woods, one circular and the other providing an interesting route from Dorking to North Holmwood. The southern part of the site, known as the Devil's Den is mainly Oak woodland, with an area of Sweet Chestnut coppice.

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Devils Den, Deepdene Terrace

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This area of woodland lies to the south east of Dorking, and is managed on behalf of the Council by Surrey Wildlife Trust under a 50-year lease. The Terrace may be approached on foot either from the main A24, roughly opposite the junction with Chart Lane North, or from Deepdene Wood. From the top of the Terrace there are fine views across the Weald

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The Glory Woods and Devil's Den are only accessible on foot, with pedestrian access sign posted from Dorking town centre, via St Paul's Road and the Glory Field. There is also foot access from the Goodwyns estate, Claygate Road and the main A24.

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Free

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