The view from atop Box Hill

A lovely sunny afternoon on Thursday, and a friend and I went to Dorking and a quick trip to Box Hill- here’s the view from the top

Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here


  1. Nothing can beat being on top of a hill when the light is just right 🙂

  2. Fond memories of cycling there from south London in my youth, then going up to see the view before the long ride home. Now I wonder how I ever managed that! 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. There are great views from atop that hill. Been a long time since I was up there – and we walked up from a car park at the bottom!

  4. Lovely to see this view 🙂 As a child, when we drove as a family to visit an aunt and uncle in Eastbourne, we always stopped at Box Hill for coffee and biscuits!

  5. Memories. It must be 50 years since I’ve been to Box Hill.

  6. Quite a view! I like “atop” as opposed to “on top of”, although either works.

  7. Makes me think of the picnic scene in Jane Austen’s Emma which was at Box Hill. Not sure I’ve seen a picture of the view before so thanks for filling in my literary gap!

  8. What a beautiful view. Nice lighting on the grass 😀 😀

  9. Back in the day – we might have passed each other walking to the top!

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