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Walking boots may be required for Surrey route

Posted 30 December 2010
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Walking boots may be required for Surrey route
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A recommended hiking route in Surrey may require those who tackle it to take walking boots with them.

Gatton Park, which is named by the Guardian as one of its top winter walks, is a top spot to search for wildlife and enjoy stunning views across the diverse landscape.

Mark Russell, a National Trust warden writing an article for the newspaper, explains there are many reasons for the area's success at this time of year.

However, he pinpoints the vistas that change through different seasons as his favourite aspect of the park.

Buzzards and roe deer are among the species most commonly seen in the region.

"Even if the wildlife does not offer itself for a photo opportunity, the views change with the seasons and always offer something new," Mr Russell states.

Ash Landing in Cumbria was recently identified as the Daily Telegraph's Walk of the Week and could be another great place to visit this winter.ADNFCR-2803-ID-800317535-ADNFCR