Reigate Hill

National Trust Sites Reigate & Colley Hill offer spectacular Surrey Hills views and it’s easy to get here by Rail & Bus too.

Getting there…

Trains: Simply catch the Southern service to Reigate (From Reigate train station walk up the hill for about 1 mile along a pavement beside the A217 road. Cross the road via the footbridge to Reigate Hill).

Buses: Hop on Metrobus routes 420 and 460 (Gatton Bottom stop). Click here to view map of how to get to Reigate Hill from bus stop.

What to do when you’re there…

Discover a Victorian Hill Fort and the Inglis Memorial, an ideal location for a family outing and picnic. From here you can pick up the North Downs Way National Trail, this 153 mile trail from Farnham to Dover offers spectacular views and a fascinating heritage, passing through the Surrey Hills and the Kent Downs Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. One of the areas hidden gems is Gatton Park, a manor and park with a history dating back to the Domesday Book. The Park was created in the 1760s by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown who blended the gardens with a serpentine lake and woodlands.

Fancy a walk…

There are lots of options for walks in this area we’d recommend…

  • The National Trust’s 3 mile Reigate Hill Walk, which offers spectacular views across the Weald towards the South Downs.
  • The Colley Hill and Reigate Hill walk is a 3 mile easy access walk along the North Downs Way with spectacular views, visiting the attractions of Reigate Fort and the Inglis Memorial.
  • Or for something a little longer the Reigate Hill and Gatton Park walk is a 7 mile walk over the North Downs with fine views and a good pub along the way.
Something to eat…

There are plenty of picnic spots in and around Reigate Hill and a servery run by Urban Kitchen in the Wray Lane carpark serving a selection of snacks and hot & cold drinks.

Like our illustration of Reigate Hill? Why not buy it. We have 6 limited edtion prints for sale to celebrate 60 years of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

From each sale a donation is made to our Surrey Hills Trust Fund to help protect the Surrey Hills into the future.


Click here to view the limited edition prints