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Egham to Addlestone

A moderate walk (city/town) starting and finishing in Surrey, England, about 10.00km (6.21 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 2:45h. It is suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs.
Elevation Profile
Gain 6m (19ft)
Loss 7m (22ft)
Max. Elevation 30m (98ft)
Elevation (total) 13m (41ft)
Start
Egham Station
End
Addlestone
Distance 10.00km
(6.21mi)
Duration ~2:45h
Difficulty  
Moderate
6Created by stevecumber on 12 Sep 2013
A short flat walk through town, village and countryside, with a glimpse of the spectacular Thorpe Park rides. A good walk for a brisk winter's day.

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Waypoints

OS Grid TQ010710
Exit the station, cross the road and continue down Rusham Road opposite. After a while opposite North Street you will see a footbridge over the railway on your left. Go over it and then turn right onto the footpath. Continue ahead until you reach a crossing path. Turn right and then shortly left to emerge onto Prune Hill.
OS Grid TQ004701
Once on the road turn right until the road turns sharply left. Here go straight on along a footpath. This path doglegs near a wood and a stream and continues on until it emerges onto Stroude Road.
About 1.07 km (~0.66 miles) from
OS Grid TQ011694
To your left is the ancient Manor House of Great Fosters, now a hotel and conference centre. However we continue straight ahead on another footpath. We cross the M25 by means of a footbridge and on the other side shortly reach the Thorpe By-pass.
About 1.00 km (~0.62 miles) from
OS Grid TQ017692
Continue ahead down the now truncated Muckhatch Lane and after a short while take a footpath on the left. This path emerges in Thorpe village.Turn right along Village Road, follow it through the village and then turn left onto Clockhouse Lane.Next to the Village Hall take a footpath on the right.
About 0.66 km (~0.41 miles) from
OS Grid TQ024687
This footpath is an intriguing one in that it passes next to Thorpe Park, one of England's best known theme parks.Many of the exotic and outlandish rides are visible from this path. Eventually we emerge on the busy A320 road. Cross with care and enter Chertsey via St. Ann's Road.
About 0.84 km (~0.52 miles) from
OS Grid TQ036673
Follow St. Ann's Road into the town centre and take lunch at Thyme At The Tavern, also known as the The Town Hall Tavern, an excellent hostellry open 1200-1430. Suitably refreshed, continue on through the town along London Road and Bridge Road until you reach Chertsey Bridge
About 1.81 km (~1.12 miles) from
OS Grid TQ053666
Just before the bridge turn right passed a new development and then fork left along a path which takes you across Chertsey Meads.The path then skirts Woburn Park and the prestigious St. George's College. After passing through Meadowlands mobile home park you emerge onto the main road.
About 1.83 km (~1.14 miles) from
OS Grid TQ061649
Turn right along the main road for a short while until you reach a roundabout. Turn left here and then along Station Road into Addlestone.
About 1.86 km (~1.16 miles) from
OS Grid TQ056648
The walk finishes at Addlestone station. Trains every 30 minutes will return to Egham.
About 0.54 km (~0.34 miles) from

2 comments... join the discussion!


Tim Woods
04 Sep 2017
Which Bit?

Hi Janet, thanks for the feedback. Which bit exactly is causing the problem? Between which waypoints? If you can clarify we can ask the walk submitter if he knows.

Thanks,
Tim


Janet Lynn Joscelyne
28 Aug 2017
Walk Egham To Addlestone

We recently moved to Thorpe Village TW20 8TE and we have been discovering the walk from Egham to ADdlestone. But mostly starting in Thorpe Village and working our way north to Egham. We found the Thorpe Bypass and the footbridge across the M25 and then the field to Stroude Rd and the footpath almost across the Stroude Rd. to Prune Hill. This leg is unpassaable. Anybody know about this?

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