Footprints – landscape stories at Hascombe Hill
An audio experience at Hascombe Hill
Free self-guided walk.
Two podcasts to immerse the listener in the incredible Hascombe Hill landscape. Storyteller Jon Mason draws on myth and folklore reflecting on how human activity has shaped and continues to shape the landscape. With characters from history and legend both far and near, these podcasts delve into geology, archaeology, mythology and more, to explore how our forebears thought and felt about this landscape through the centuries.
Download the stories before you travel or access them from the QR codes on site.
Jon Mason is a professional story teller. You can enjoy more of his work here https://jonthestoryteller.com/
This is a free, self-guided walk, open to everyone. Walkers are advised to wear sturdy shoes.
This walk is part of our series of self-guided Surrey Hills Arts Walks. Join the mailing list or connect with us on social media and we’ll let you know when new walks are announced.
Free, public, self-guided walk. Steep climb up Hascombe Hill.
You can access this walk from two QR codes on the site, one by ‘Grains’ and the other by the fort. Why not follow a 4km circular walk by Fancy Free Walks here.
To access Hascombe Hill, park opposite the White Horse pub, postcode GU8 4JA. Walk up the driveway to the right of the pub and in about 100m turn right beside a garage and take the narrow path beside this.
Part of our series of self-guided Surrey Hills Arts Walks