Cycle Surrey Hills – Frensham

Starting Point: Frensham Great Pond or alternative start at Frensham Little Pond
Length: 17 Km
DIfficulty Level: 4

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Cycle Surrey Hills is a network of over 80km of off-road cycling trails in South West Surrey where you can get active, improve fitness and experience the spectacular scenery of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Cycle Surrey Hills is broken down into five interlinking routes giving cyclists the opportunity to choose either a long distance ride or shorter loops. The Frensham loop takes you past Frensham Great & Little Pond traversing some of the wildest and most spectacular scenery in the Surrey Hills. Discover medieval bridges, World War II pillboxes, the ‘Atlantic Wall’ used by Canadian troops to practise for the D-Day landings and Surrey’s secret beach.

For a detailed OS Map and to download the route as a GPX file click here

Please Note: This loop is mainly on bridleways that are not suitable for road bikes. Certain sections of the bridleway will be muddy in the winter and soft sand in the summer so may require you to dismount and push through. All the trails are shared with other countryside users so please remember to ‘share with care’ and give way to horses & walkers.


There are 4 other Cycle Surrey Hills Loops at the Devil’s Punchbowl, Thursley, Puttenham and Elstead all offering a challenging ride of varying lengths with breathtaking Surrey Hills views and points of interest along the way.


Click here to download the full leaflet showing all loops