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How to climb a Surrey hill and see a view from a mountain top

Inside Croydon

Our intrepid rambler set off to scale the highest point in south-east England, aided only by Southern Rail, the National Trust and a copy of the Good Pub Guide

WANDLE WANDERER: For this August bank holiday weekend, our non-resident rambler KEN TOWL, pictured left, suffered a hair-raising experience in his quest to scale the highest point in south-east England

A handful of us at work have been challenged by a colleague to “get high”, in a Taskmaster-style challenge. The small print explains that we have to get to the highest point we can during the summer holidays, unaided by anything mechanical, thus excluding anything as simple as flying to Malaga or taking a lift to the top of The Shard.

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One thought on “How to climb a Surrey hill and see a view from a mountain top

  1. Richard Preece on said:

    Sounds an interesting walk
    Richard

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