Our Round the Borough Hike is taking place on Saturday 6 September, 8.30 am start from Horton Country Park.
Registration is now open.
Round the Borough Hike is now in its third year and we are hoping for more participants than ever before!
The Round the Borough Hike is a long distance route of approximately 20 miles that joins up the beautiful open spaces in Epsom & Ewell including Epsom Downs, Epsom Common, Nonsuch Park, the Hogsmill and Horton Country Park. The Hike can be a lovely day out with friends or family or just to enjoy by oneself.
The Hike aims to inspire local people to get active and challenge themselves to achieve a milestone. It also encourages the local community to get out and about and see the Borough's plentiful and stunning open spaces.
On Saturday 6th September residents are being challenged to walk the full 20 mile route. Participants will set off from Horton Country Park between 8:30-9:30am. It is estimated to take around six to nine hours to walk, depending on speed and length of breaks.
Entry is free and participants are encouraged to raise money for a charity of their choice.
If you wish to take part please register by visiting the website or by contacting the Leisure Developments Team at Epsom & Ewell Borough Council.
Further information maps and a registration form can be found at
The Round the Borough Hike is a long distance route that joins up the beautiful open spaces in Epsom & Ewell including Epsom Downs, Epsom Common, Nonsuch Park, the Hogsmill and Horton Country Park.
There are no age restrictions but please remember that 20 miles is a long way so this activity may not be suitable for very young children.
This is a free event but please ensure you register before arriving at the walk
- Please remember to wear suitable footwear as the route covers a variety of terrain and is uneven in places; and be prepared for the weather
- Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult
- Please no bikes, no dogs, no roller blades/skates
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