There were eleven on today’s 9½ mile walk. We met in Bramley in the small car park by the old railway station next to the site of the disused railway line (now the Wey South Path and the Downs Link). It was a cool, cloudy morning but by the time we reached the top of the first hill we’d warmed up and had to shed jackets.
Our leader took us south through Bramley to a bridleway that joined the Greensand Way. Here we turned west on a footpath that took us over a hill to Thorncombe Street where we turned left on a lane and then right on another, Alldens Hill. We walked uphill on the lane, branched right on a bridleway and continued on this all the way to Catteshall and the River Wey. From here we followed the towing path to Godalming, our stop for lunch.
Map: OS X 145