STOMP Guildford

Just a short distance from Guildford town centre. This spectacular backdrop for Stomp is set among 200 acres of woodlands and meadows, and the climb to the top will take you r breath away. Absolutely glorious.

No refreshments available. Free Parking in carpark and nearby streets.

Holly Ann Moore

Holly Ann Moore

I’m a fully qualified health and fitness coach. I am passionate about inspiring people to become the healthiest and strongest that they can be.

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6 sessions every week
  • Monday – 9:30am-10:30am, 6:30pm-7:30pm
  • Wednessday – 6:30pm-7:30pm
  • Thursday – 7am-8am
  • Friday – 9:30am-10:30am
  • Saturday – 9:30am-10:30am

Schedules are managed via our Team Leaders and all efforts are made to make each STOMP available through unexpected leave or illness. You will be notified in the unlikely cancellation of a session.

single stomp

Price per STOMP – book at your leisure
£ 10
  • Try your first STOMP free!*

rolling membership

20 STOMPS per month, per location. Includes all locations
(Online and Circuits)
£ 55
  • Monthly subscription. Cancel anytime.

* For your free STOMP register via the button on the homepage

Book a STOMP

You can book one or more STOMP sessions for this location, or purchase a rolling monthly membership for booking at any location.

chantry wood

How to get here

A short distance from Guildford town centre. We meet at a small free car park just off Echo Pit Road, Pilgrims Way, Guildford, nearest post code GU4 8AW:

Other locations


Stomp your way around this incredible ancient woodland, alongside a Victorian lake between Frome and Bruton.


From the privacy of your own home or garden – book a STOMP online ZOOM workout


A great mixture of wooded and sandy areas. Beautiful reservoirs and ponds. Stomp has the iconic WALL at this Stomp.


This Stomp location provides countless routes that are equally mesmerising. The Stunning scenery can be taken in at Highcombe Edge, The Golden Valley and Gibbet Hill.


Stomp beneath the ancient oaks and imposing pines, around the pond and within the heathland. It holds home to an array of common and rare birds.