MASSIVE 35km HIKE 🥾Surrey Three Peaks Challenge + Denbies Wine Tour

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We hiked a huge 35km in one day doing the Surrey Three Peaks challenge, tackling Box Hill, Holmbury Hill and Leith Hill. We finished off with a wine tour at Denbies wine estate which is the biggest vineyard in the UK!

00:00 Intro
02:35 Box Hill and beyond 0-15km
05:26 Hombury Hill and beyond 16-23km
08:00 Leith Hill and beyond 24-32km
10:30 Denbies Wine Tour
12:48 Hike Summary

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