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Guided Walks:  From the serene countryside to the rugged mountains, take a leisurely stroll through some of the UK's most picturesque spots. 

Guided walks 

Join our knowledgeable and friendly guides on a Guided Walk and experience the best that nature has to offer. Take a leisurely stroll and discover new sights, meet new people, and connect with the landscape. Our guides will share with you fun information about local history, flora, fauna and geology, quiet and beautiful views.

Our guided walks mean you can do all of that without the stress of having to navigate, be responsible or find the best places to stop for tea and cake. We selflessly test the cake too!

Walking can improve your mood, reduce stress, help you sleep better, helps keep your heart healthy and helps you get stronger and fitter.



At Embrace Adventures we love guiding individuals, groups of friends or business teams so if you don't see an area you would like to explore, please get in touch. Likewise, if you see a route but would like to tweak if for whatever reason. We can design adventures that suit you. A day out in the hills can be a great chance to complete a challenge and get to know others. Please get in touch if you think we can help

Guided walks are led by experienced and qualified Mountain Leaders or Lowland Leaders who are fully insured and qualified.

The Surrey Hills 3 Peaks Challenge 

If you are looking to take on a walking challenge down south, then the 36km / 23 mile Surrey 3 Peaks Challenge is a must.


Starting and finishing at Denbies Vineyard (a short walk from the main Dorking train station) we head out on into England's most wooded county to take in Leith Hill, the highest point in the south east, Holmbury Hill and lastly Box Hill.


Our reward for the uphills are glorious views across beautiful countryside and plenty of interesting sights along the way including Surrey's waterfall, WW2 pill boxes, iron age forts, Leith Hill Tower and the famous Box Hill Stepping Stones. The route touches on the long distance routes Pilgrims Way, the Greensand Way and The North Downs Way. With a total ascent of just over 1000m the Surrey Three Peaks is a long day out nd one which will leave you with a huge feeling of achievement. Click here for more info

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