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How to get to Dorking

3 July 2023

Use these handy instructions to find your way to the best kept secret in the Surrey Hills.

Here you can also find a comprehensive listing of car parks in Dorking.

Here you can find all planned roadworks from Surrey County Council; for the most up-to-date information, visit One Network.

Dorking is under an hour from London and the coast with easy access from Gatwick and the M25. It is served by three rail stations: Dorking Station and Dorking Deepdene Station are a 10 minute walk to town from the east and Dorking West is about a 15 minute walk to town. For more rail information, please visit the National Rail website.

Walking directions from Dorking’s main station and Dorking Deepdene station can be found here and from Dorking West can be found here.

There are two Dorking Rail to Ramble options to and from Dorking, which can be found on

For information on bus timetables, please visit the Surrey County Council website.

Here are some of the 'best' cycle routes to Dorking, according to Map My Ride.


Exit from Junction 9 of the M25, and then continue on to the A24 towards Dorking, turn right at the junction of the A24/A25 into town.

Alternatively, exit from Junction 10 of the M25 and then continue on the A25 towards Dorking, going straight over the A24/A25 junction into town.

From Guildford, use the A25 and from Gatwick use the A217 and A25.

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