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Saturday 29th May 2021
Walk No: MWF11

Live and Let Live in Herefordshire!

9 miles

On fascinating Bringsty Common we pass the early 18th century thatched inn ‘Live & Let Live’, and the disused Mount Sion, a simple Methodist Chapel.

We walk on to the village of Whitbourne, with its neo-Palladian House (built by Worcester’s vinegar magnate, Edward Pickerton Evans in the mid 19th century), and return to Bringsty.

Highly scenic with some short moderately steep hills and some stiles

Allow 5 hours

Bring packed lunch; refreshments available at the pub, subject to Covid restrictions in place in May 2021.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"


Start: 10.00 am

Meet: by the Live & Let Live pub sign on Bringsty Common on the A44
Grid reference: SO 698550
Post Code: WR6 5UW
Park at meeting point

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Frances Van Rompaey (Powick Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Saturday 29th May 2021
Walk No: MWF12

Beacon and Back, Circular

8 miles

We start with a climb up the 99 steps and steep winding road to St Anne’s Well and onto the Worcestershire Beacon. From here we descend through lovely woodland to Malvern Wells via Holy Well. Quiet field paths lead to the rear of the Three Counties Showground and we then follow the route of an old railway line which until 1952 ran from Great Malvern to Upton and Tewkesbury. Although we follow a popular route to the Beacon, much of the walk is more remote and peaceful. We also have a good view of where the railway goes into the long tunnel underneath the Hills, a major engineering project when constructed.

Steep ascent at start of walk. Good paths and tracks throughout. 4 stiles, all at the end of the walk

Allow 6 hours

Packed lunch and drinks required. Unless Covid restrictions are still in force, refreshments will be available at Wyche Cutting.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at main entrance, Great Malvern Railway Station
Grid reference: SO 783457
Post Code: WR14 3AU
Car parking at front and rear of station or on nearby streets

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: William Whiting (Stourbridge HF Rambling Club)

Cost: £5.00

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Saturday 29th May 2021
Walk No: MWF13

A Circular Walk from Colwall Church

5 miles

The walk travels across fields, then through the delightful Coddington vineyard followed by an ascent of Oyster Hill and a descent through woodland and across fields back to the church.

Allow 3 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 2.00 pm

Meet: at Colwall Parish Church, St James the Great, Mill Lane, approx 1.5 miles outside the village
Grid reference: SO 738423
Post Code: WR13 6HE


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Mary Walters

Cost: £5.00

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Saturday 29th May 2021
Walk No: MWF14

Enchanting Eastnor and the Hills above

7½ miles

A wonderfully scenic walk on the Herefordshire side of the Southern Hills, including the delightful Eastnor Park and views close to Eastnor Castle. From Hollybush we walk on and below Midsummer Hill, with its lesser known hill fort. We head east past the historic and prominent obelisk, with its 360 deg views, and return to Hollybush, taking in much of the varied and interesting delights of the Deer park. Excellent paths and tracks, with no stiles. Some fairly easy uphill sections.

Allow 3½ hours

Bring light refreshments

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"


Start: 2.00 pm

Meet: and park at Hollybush car park
Grid reference: SO 758368
Postcode: HR8 1ET


Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Carol Harnett

Cost: £5.00

Saturday 29th May 2021
Walk No: MWF15

Hidden Trails in the Malvern Hills

5 miles

An exploration of routes off the beaten track, on and around the Herefordshire Beacon and nearby hills. From historic Little Malvern Priory with its Benedictine heritage, we follow the contour below the hill fort, and climb to the ridge. After reaching Walm’s well, which dates from the late Bronze age, and was later revered by the water curists, we continue below the west side of the ridge. The concluding part of this highly scenic route is to the north of the A449 road, eventually reaching Wynd’s Point and down to the Priory.

Generally easy but with a long incline and a few difficult short stretches towards the end. Frequent stops to discuss history and landscapes.

Allow 3 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"


Start: 6.00 pm

Meet: at Little Malvern Priory Car Park on A4104
Grid reference: SO 770405
Post Code: WR14 4JN


Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Michael Johnson

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Sunday 30th May 2021
Walk No: MWF21

Slightly North of the Malverns

12 miles

The walk starts by heading up across farmland to the apple orchards of Halfkey, and on to Elgar’s Birchwood. It continues towards the Suckley Hills and through the Knapp and Paper Mill nature reserve, where otters have been seen. Our way back goes past fishing lakes and Christmas trees.

Allow 5-6 hours

Bring a packed lunch. Subject to any remaining Covid restrictions, lots of outdoor seating is available at the Swan for a drink at the end of the walk.

For a map of the start and end point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then choose "Show points on Open Street Map" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: the Swan Inn at Newland
Grid Reference: SO 795489
Postcode: WR13 5AY
Parking at Pub

Difficulty: Hard

Walk Leader: Mary Walters

Cost: £5.00

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Sunday 30th May 2021
Walk No: MWF22

Over the Hills and Far Away

10 miles

A long, demanding, varied and interesting walk in and around the northern Malvern Hills, with four fairly hard uphill sections, interspersed with easier walking through country lanes, fields and woods. We visit many places of interest, including Mathon Estate, the wonderfully landscaped gardens now in the grounds of the Elim Pentecostal College, and the grave of Peter Roget, the compiler of Roget’s Thesaurus. The route is a blend of some of the northern hills with the highly scenic and varied Herefordshire country to the west.

Bring Packed Lunch and refreshments for breaks

Allow 5 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at the Clock Tower, North Malvern Road
Grid reference: SO 771469
Post Code: WR14 4LT
Park at North Quarry car park (Pay and Display)


Difficulty: Strenuous

Walk Leader: David Hawkins (Leadon Vale Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

Sunday 30th May 2021
Walk No: MWF23

Bringsty, Bromyard and Brockhampton Spectacular

6 miles

We walk to Bringsty Common to enjoy spectacular views of the Malvern Hills, then wind our way through the bracken and woodland to reach Brockhampton woods, dark and mysterious, before climbing steadily and quite steeply to reach the (hopefully) sunlit uplands of Warren Farm, as we survey the Teme valley. We continue to historic Bromyard Downs with its “cattle drovers” heritage.

Good paths, hilly in places. Highly scenic and lots of variety.

Allow 4 hours

Bring packed lunch

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: opposite Brockhampton School, on the Bromyard Downs Road, just off A44
Grid reference: SO 676544
Post Code: WR6 5TD
Park: opposite the school

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Tom Fisher (Bromyard Walkers are Welcome)

Cost: £5.00

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Sunday 30th May 2021
Walk No: MWF24

Historic houses, people and events in and around Hanley Swan

5 miles

A fascinating historical walk in and around the pretty village of Hanley Swan set below the Malvern Hills. We pass the homes of many interesting people who lived locally, and learn about them and significant events, including, e.g. the wartime residence of King George of Greece; a surgeon in the Opium Wars with China; a lady with 43 grandchildren; the head of M15’s double agents, and much more!

Allow 3 hours

Optional Pub meal at end, subject to Covid restrictions in place in May 2021.

For a map of the start and end point, click here for an aerial view, and then choose "Show points on Open Street Map" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: Hanley Swan Village Hall car park, Welland Road, Hanley Swan
Grid reference: SO 811424
Post Code: WR8 0DF

Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Malcolm Fare

Cost: £5.00

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Sunday 30th May 2021
Walk No: MWF25

On and Around the Northern Hills

5 miles

A hilly, varied, and very scenic route over all the tops of the northern Malvern Hills, returning on a low level loop. We climb quite steeply above a massive, defunct granite quarry, to reach North Hill, and continue to the Hills' highest point, i.e. the Worcestershire Beacon, to enjoy 360 deg views. We drop down to the historic St Ann’s Well and learn about Malvern’s “water cure” heritage. Our return loop is on a contour path on the east side of the ridge.

Allow 3 hours

For a map of the start and end point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then choose "Show points on Open Street Map" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 2.00 pm

Meet: at the Clock Tower, North Malvern Road
Grid reference: SO 771469
Post Code: WR14 4LT
Park at North Quarry car park (Pay and Display)

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Beverley Nielsen

Cost: £5.00

Sunday 30th May 2021
Walk No: MWF26

Images of Malvern

5 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 10

Join the artistic director of the Autumn in Malvern Festival in an easy, highly informative walking tour. Visit locations of major cultural interest, including those associated with such notables as Edward Elgar, George Bernard Shaw, CS Lewis, Dame Laura Knight and Barry Jackson.

Starting from Belle Vue Island, we walk through Rose Bank Gardens, along Foley Terrace to the furthest extent south of Malvern Common. Return via The Firs, The Lees, College Road and Priory Park.

Allow 3 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 2.00 pm

Meet: in Great Malvern Town Centre, the Elgar Statue on Belle Vue Island, opposite the Post Office
Grid reference: SO 775459
Post Code: WR14 2AB
Nearest car park: Priory Road South; WR14 3DR


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Peter Smith (Artistic Director - Autumn in Malvern Festival)

Cost: £5.00

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Sunday 30th May 2021
Walk No: MWF27

Where Pick met Shovel!

3 miles

Learn about the growth and ultimate closure of the hugely controversial quarrying industry that had such a massive impact on the Malvern area. Accompany the CEO of the Malvern Hills Trust on the Northern Hills, to include former quarries, the gold mine and the Worcestershire Beacon. Understand how the landscape of the Malverns was altered, and how it subsequently recovered from the dark days of the quarrying industry.

Good paths, with some steep uphill sections

Allow 2 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 6.00 pm

Meet: at Earnslaw quarry, off the B4218 Wyche Road
Grid Reference: SO 770441
Postcode: WR14 4EG (pay and display)


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Duncan Bridges

Cost: £5.00

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Monday 31st May 2021
Walk No: MWF31

Hills, Views, Apple Blossom and Cider

9 miles

Enjoy a varied and scenic walk on and around Marcle Ridge and the iconic Woolhope Dome, concluding with an optional visit to the Weston’s cider mill, café and shop (subject to Covid restrictions in place in May 2021).

We climb to the Marcle Ridge through farmland and apple orchards, walk in and around Woolhope Dome, of much geological interest, and reach the pretty village of Woolhope for (optional) lunchtime refreshments. Our return is via Sollars Hope, with its Dick Whittington associations, and back over the Ridge.

Bring packed lunch.

Allow 6 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 9.30 am

Meet: Much Marcle Garage
Grid reference: SO 656333
Post Code: HR8 2LX
Parking: at the rear of Much Marcle Garage, by kind permission of the garage owner.


Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Mike Smart (www.TREKsmart.net Guided Walking)

Cost: £5.00

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Monday 31st May 2021
Walk No: MWF32

Up, Down and Around the Wonderful Wye

11 miles

A wonderfully diverse and scenic walk, featuring one of Britain’s most beautiful rivers. Initially above the river, we take the famous Wye Valley Walk, via Capler Camp Iron Age Fort, and Lea and Paget’s Wood Nature Reserve. We circle above the village of Fownhope, eventually descending to the bank of the Wye winding through meadows, farmland and woods. Good paths, on varied terrain, with some short steep sections. Superb views.

Allow 6 hours

Bring packed lunch; a pub stop possible en route, subject to Covid restrictions in place in May 2021.

Well behaved and fit dogs welcome.

For a map of the start and end point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then choose "Show points on Open Street Map" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at Brinkley Hill, picnic site parking area on right-hand side of road from Brockhampton to Hoarwithy, half a mile from Brockhampton
Grid reference: SO 584313
Post Code: HR1 4SL
Park in picnic site parking area

Difficulty: Hard

Walk Leader: Ian Flanders (Powick Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

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Monday 31st May 2021
Walk No: MWF33

The Wonders of Woolhope Dome

7 miles

A splendidly varied and scenic route, taking in the rolling hills and valleys of the unique Woolhope Dome landscape, and up onto the Marcle Ridge. We pass Sollars Hope hamlet and church, long associated with Dick Whittington. Wonderful views to the Malvern Hills, the Cotswolds ridge and May Hill. We pass many points of note, including interesting flora, for example, orchids (hopefully).

Moderately hilly in places. Good paths.

Allow 4 hours

Bring a snack. Optional pub meal at end, subject to Covid restrictions in place in May 2021.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: and park at The Crown Inn, Woolhope
Postcode: HR1 4QP
Grid Ref: SO 611357


Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Keith Collins (Powick Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Monday 31st May 2021
Walk No: MWF34

Radar comes to Malvern - 2 miles

Sorry, this walk is fully booked. If you would like to be put on a waiting list please let us know via the Contact page.

In May 1942 and in great secrecy, 2,500 radar scientists were evacuated from the south coast to Malvern. Visit the key places involved, and learn about this extraordinary story from the chairman of the Malvern Radar And Technology History Society (MRATHS). Hear about the move, the effects on life in Malvern and the impact the scientists of the Telecommunications Research Establishment (TRE) had on the outcome of WWII. Many of those scientists became household names in their later careers.

The route is on pavements, with frequent explanatory stops, with some new insights to be shared. We may be allowed inside the College buildings but this will depend upon what government and College special Covid restrictions are in place.

Allow 2 hours

The walk will end at the Malvern Winter Gardens where refreshments can be purchased.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"


Start: 2.00 pm

Meet: at main entrance, Great Malvern Railway Station
Grid reference: SO 783457
Post Code: WR14 3AU
Car parking at front and rear of station or on nearby streets

Difficulty: Leisurely / Gentle

Walk Leader: Mike Burstow, Malvern Radar and Technology History Society

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Monday 31st May 2021
Walk No: MWF35

Historic Hanley Castle and Upton upon Severn

5 miles

A scenic evening walk in quiet countryside on good tracks and paths on flat terrain with a few stiles. Pass the former hunting lodge of King John at Hanley Castle; stroll around Upton with its Civil War connections and the River Severn; and visit the cholera burial grounds.

Take a refreshing drink on completion at the rustic and historic Three Kings pub (subject to any Covid restrictions in place in May 2021).

Allow 3 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 6.00 pm

Meet: outside Hanley Castle School
Grid reference: SO 839420
Post Code: WR8 0BL
Street parking nearby



Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Cynthia Palmer

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Tuesday 01st Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF41

Scenic Cotswold Hills near Winchcombe

10 miles

A circular walk along the wooded slopes of the Cotswold Escarpment from picture perfect Winchcombe. The walk heads out of town on the Wardens Way passing Sudeley Castle (burial place of Henry VIIl’s 6th wife, Catherine Parr) before climbing steadily and then following the contour northwards to join part of the Cotswold Way. Heading down towards Wood Stanway we return on the Winchcombe Way passing the ruins of Hailes Abbey (free entry for NT and English Heritage members).

Please bring a packed lunch, snacks and plenty to drink.

Allow 6 hours.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: in Back Lane Car Park, Winchcombe.
Grid reference: SP 023 285
Post Code: GL54 5PZ
£1 for all day parking


Difficulty: Hard

Walk Leader: Lyndon Bracewell (Worcester Ramblers & HF Holidays)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Tuesday 01st Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF42

Hill tops on the edge!

9 miles

We follow the classic hill-top route, initially from North Malvern to the Beacon, and continuing south to British Camp. On a clear day much of the walk features long distance views to the Cotswold Ridge and Bredon Hill to the east, and the Black Mountains and Sugar Loaf to the west. After well earned refreshments at Sally’s Place café, we continue north below the hills on a delightful wooded path to visit historic Holy Well, the sole remaining water bottling location.The return route, via the Wyche Cutting, will also be below the tops and features much variety and interest. Many ups and downs, taken at a steady pace.

Allow 5 hours

For a map of the start and end point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then choose "Show points on Open Street Map" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at the clock tower, North Malvern Rd.
Grid reference: SO 771469
Post Code: WR14 4LT
Park at North Quarry car park (Pay & Display)

Difficulty: Hard

Walk Leader: Carol Harnett

Cost: £5.00

Tuesday 01st Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF43

Sights below the Wyche

5 miles

From the car park we walk to the Chase pub, then drop down into Colwall through the Downs School towards the Lime Kilns. We deviate to view the open cast workings and well, then pick up another path to the Brewers pub before returning over the hills to the Wyche pub.

Virtually no hills, minimal road

Allow 2-3 hours

Covid permitting, option of Café H2O at the Wyche, on completion

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at Car park on Jubilee Drive, Wyche Cutting. (Pay and Display)
Grid reference: SO 767434
Post Code: WR13 6DH


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Michael Johnson (Friends of Dame Laura Knight)

Cost: £5.00

Tuesday 01st Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF44

Sights and Scenery around Mathon

5 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 10

Enjoy a highly scenic and varied route to the west of the Malvern Hills, centring on the ancient village of Mathon. We pass interesting landmarks and historic buildings, including Mathon Court.

Route: Mathon Village Hall / Quarry Cockshot Hill / Mathon Church / Old Country Farm / South End / Weobley Cross / Ham Green / Mathon Court

On good paths with one fairly steep uphill section.

Allow 3 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 9.30 am

Meet: at Mathon Village Hall
Grid reference: SO 742453
Post Code: WR13 5NY
Park in Mathon Village Hall Car Park. Pay walk leader £1/car for a donation to the Village Hall to allow parking and help with the up-keep.

Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Peter Clement, St Wulstans Walking Group

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Tuesday 01st Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF45

Discover Great Malvern’s Fascinating History

5 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 12

Explore and discover the many fascinating aspects of Great Malvern’s history with an easy walk around the town. It starts at the Tourist Information Centre, then through the Priory Gate, to the theatre, Priory Park, and the Victorian Cemetery. Return via the historic railway station and Malvern College.

No Stiles. Many stops to talk about the history of the places and the famous people that made Malvern what it is today.

Allow 4 hours

Bring a drink and a snack for a mid walk break;

Subject to Covid restrictions in place in May 2021, join Derek for a drink and/or a bite to eat at one of the many hostelries in the town at the end of the walk.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: in Great Malvern Town Centre, the Elgar Statue on Belle Vue Island, opposite the Post Office
Grid reference: SO 775459
Post Code: WR14 2AB
Nearest car park: Priory Road South; WR14 3DR


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Derek Horner

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Tuesday 01st Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF46

A scenic walk and a sumptuous tea in Suckley

miles

PLEASE NOTE: at this stage we don't know what if any, Covid restrictions will be in place. If there are any, then the walk will be modified or may be cancelled.

Holloways has an award winning restaurant, The Glasshouse, serving wonderful afternoon teas. Join us for a gentle, highly scenic 2-hour ramble, below the remote and beautiful Suckley Hills, to work up an appetite for their sumptuous spread – finger sandwiches, scones & cream, fancy cakes etc., all for only £17.50pp, including walk fee, payable at the time of booking.

Allow 3½ hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 1.30 pm

Meet: and park at Holloways garden furniture centre, Lower Court, Suckley
Grid reference: SO 722516
Post Code: WR6 5DE
Park, as above – follow brown signs

Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Keith Collins (Powick Ramblers)

Cost: £17.50

Tuesday 01st Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF47

A day in the life: Caring for the Hills

4 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 12

A journey around the central hills to discover more about complex and varied job of caring for the Malvern Hills. From assessing archaeology to supporting volunteers, Malvern Hill Trust will guide you through some of the things staff might get up to in a day, on a highly informative walk and talk.

Some steep slopes; mostly on paths.

Bring water

Allow 3 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 6.00 pm

Meet: at Gardiners Quarry car park
Grid reference: SO 766420
Post Code: WR13 6DN
Parking: Pay and Display car park


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Tracy Sutton, Malvern Hills Trust

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Wednesday 02nd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF51

Bredon Hill, villages and the River Avon

15 miles

Enjoy Bredon Hill, an outlier of the Cotswold ridge, its nearby villages, and the River Avon, on a very varied and scenic walk, with one major uphill section.

From Eckington Bridge, on the River Avon, we climb gradually to Banbury stone tower and hill fort, at 1000ft, and enjoy spectacular 360 degree views. Our descent passes the ruined Elmley castle, and reaches picturesque Elmley Castle village, reputedly visited by Queen Elizabeth 1st.

We pass through the village of Comberton, and return along the Avon Way via locks and weirs.

Allow 7 hours

Bring packed lunch. No refreshment options en route.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at Eckington Bridge, River Avon crossing, off B4080
Grid reference: SO 922422
Post Code: WR10 3DD
Car park near bridge

Difficulty: Hard

Walk Leader: Nicole Kougl

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Wednesday 02nd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF52

Appreciating and Understanding Dame Laura Knight

5 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 12

Dame Laura Knight (1877-1970) was probably the most famous female impressionist painter of her day. We visit landmarks and locations that have relevance to her frequent visits here in the 1930s and 40s. We walk up onto the East side of the Hills, centring on Love Lane and St Ann’s Well, stopping to describe her activities further. We’ll discuss and compare current views of her work and relate some of her paintings to today’s actual views.

Allow 3 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at the Bandstand, Priory Park, Malvern Town Centre
Grid reference: SO 777457
Post Code: WR14 3HB
Parking: Priory Road North and South Car Parks


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Michael Johnson (Friends of Dame Laura Knight) & Mike Averill

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Wednesday 02nd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF53

Seven Farms Circuit, with a Farmer

5 miles

Join a well known local farmer and raconteur on a highly varied walk, passing seven farms. Learn something of the development of farming and its issues and challenges. If Covid restrictions in May 2021 allow, continue the discussions over lunch in a traditional 19C pub

Mainly flat, some stiles and some rough paths

Bring water

Allow 3 hours

Subject to Covid restrictions in place in May 2021, optional traditional pub meal (preorder)

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: Three Nuns Pub, Collett’s Green, Powick
Grid reference: SO 818514
Post Code: WR2 4SB
Park at Pub

Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Robert Floyd

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Wednesday 02nd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF54

Madresfield Court Gardens and Grounds

2 miles

A gentle walk, led by the recently retired estate manager, around the grounds of historic Madresfield Court, thought to be the inspiration for Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited.Our walk will take in the 65 acre arboretum and formal gardens and the rare Pulhamite Rock Gardens.

Allow 1½ hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"
Start: 3.00 pm

Meet: Madresfield Court (signposted from minor road through Madresfield village)
Grid reference: SO 808476
Post Code: WR13 5AJ
Park at the club


Difficulty: Leisurely / Gentle

Walk Leader: Peter Hughes

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Wednesday 02nd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF55

The Countryside around Madresfield Court

3 miles

A gentle walk led by the recently retired estate manager, through the beautiful countryside and parkland surrounding Madresfield Court, returning via the Gloucester Drive and the historic grounds of this famous moated manor house. An opportunity to learn about the history of the estate and the family who have lived here for nearly 900 years.

Allow 2 hours

Start: 6.30 pm

Meet: and park at Madresfield Club, off Madresfield Road, next to Hayes Farm
Grid reference: SO 803476
WR13 5AH

Difficulty: Leisurely / Gentle

Walk Leader: Peter Hughes

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Thursday 03rd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF61

The Teme, the Severn, and Worcester City

10 miles

Enjoy a very varied and historic route, featuring Worcester’s two rivers, and many points of interest in and around the City. We approach Worcester on the scenic and meandering River Teme, and pass the site of the first civil war battle at Old Powick Bridge. Continuing via the confluence of the Teme and Severn, we reach historic Diglis docks, formerly a major port for river traffic. We proceed along the Worcester and Birmingham canal to the Commandery, involved in the final and decisive civil war battle, to the Cathedral. Our return route is on the east bank of the Severn and via Powick Hams.

Mainly flat and on good paths.

Bring packed lunch. Refreshments possible in Worcester and at the Fox Inn, Covid restrictions permitting.

Allow 6 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at lay-by on A4103 close to Fox Inn and Bransford Bridge
Grid reference: SO 805532
Post Code: WR6 5JL

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: David Hawkins (Leadon Vale Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Thursday 03rd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF62

The Best of the Worcestershire Hills

8½ miles

A beautiful circular walk along the northern tip of the Malvern Hills and Suckley Hills. Stunning views, some stiles and of course a few hills.

Allow 5 hours

Bring refreshments for a break at lunch

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: and park at Alfrick Village Shop
Postcode: WR6 5HJ
Grid reference: SO 749532

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Keith Collins (Powick Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Thursday 03rd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF63

Folklore, Magic and Mystery of the Southern Hills!

6 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 12

Take in the folklore, myths and legends surrounding Ragged Stone Hill and Chase End Hill at the southern end of the Malverns. Learn about ley lines, primitive track ways, the ‘Great Decagon’ and ancient Druidic chanting. Hear the tale of Brother John, the curse of Ragged Stone and visit the sacred oak tree and sense its spirit.

Good paths on or around Ragged Stone Hill, Chase End Hill and Bromsberrow Estate, with one major ascent and descent.

Allow 4 hours

Bring a drink and a snack for a mid walk break

If Covid restrictions allow, join Derek for a drink and/or a bite to eat at the Robin Hood pub at the end of the walk.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at Swinyard Car Park, Gullet Rd
Grid reference: SO 766381
Post Code: HR8 1EU
Car park is Pay and Display

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Derek Horner (Worcester Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Thursday 03rd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF64

Nature, Views, Hills and Meadows, with a Local Expert

3 miles

Join a well known local naturalist for an informative and fascinating walk in a remote area around Suckley. Learn about the topography, natural and local history of this very scenic area. Walk through the beautiful Blackhorse Wood Nature Reserve, on a delightfully varied circuit on and below the beautiful Suckley Hills. We expect to find orchids, and to identify several other wild flowers and, with any luck, birds.

Short, quite steep, uphill sections and some stiles, but walked at an easy pace.

Allow 3 hours

Bring drink and a snack for a mid walk break

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: near Mousehole Bridge, Stocks Road, Alfrick; grassy area just inside entrance
Grid reference: SO 738516
Post Code: WR6 5HD
Car parking: turn into drive 100yds east of bridge; park on grassy area

Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Garth Lowe (Powick Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

1 places remaining

Thursday 03rd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF65

An Upton Historical Special!

5 miles

Follow the disused railway track to the plaque burial grounds, and continue to Clive’s fruit farm. Pass by an old water mill and through scenic woodland, visit the mound of King John’s castle, and on to Hanley Castle village, with its ancient pub and village square. Join the west bank of the Severn at the former quayside. Continue on the riverside to Upton. Learn about the vital role of the 1651 crossing by Cromwell’s forces, as a lead into the decisive battle of Worcester. Briefly visit the Pepperpot museum. Continue on the riverside and return through a Lammas field, with its WW2 defences.

Allow 3 hours

Optional light refreshments on return

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 2.00 pm

Meet: at the free Car Park off the A4104, Upton to Welland road, opposite the parish church.
Grid reference: SO 851403
Postcode: WR8 0HW


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Bob Baldwin

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Thursday 03rd Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF66

Farming in the Teme Valley

3 miles

Ever walked across or around a field and wondered what exactly is growing there? Answers on this highly informative walk and talk with a well-known local farmer, as we take an easy stroll on footpaths in the Teme Valley near Bransford. Frequent stops, as we discuss farming and its issues and challenges in the context of the several farms we pass through.

Some stiles and one uphill section in very attractive countryside, with many stops to talk about the farms we pass through.

Allow 3 hours

If Covid restrictions allow, there is the option of a drink and pub meal in the Bear and Ragged Staff pub, and a chance to continue the discussion.

For a map of the start and end point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then choose "Show points on Open Street Map" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 6.00 pm

Meet: Bear and Ragged Staff pub near Bransford
Grid reference: SO 804523
Post Code:WR6 5JH
Park in Pub car park


Difficulty: Leisurely / Gentle

Walk Leader: Robert Floyd

Cost: £5.00

Friday 04th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF71

Colwall to Herefordshire Beacon and Eastnor Park

8 miles

From Colwall Station we follow quiet field paths to reach British Camp. After a pause for refreshments we climb up to Herefordshire Beacon. Our route then follows the lovely ridge over Broad Down and Hangmans Hill to Gullet Wood. We divert to the obelisk on the Eastnor Castle Estate where there is a fine view of Eastnor Castle. Retracing our steps we walk down past Gullet Quarry and follow a good track below the hillside to take us back to British Camp Car Park, from where we descend to the pretty hamlet of Evendine and back to Colwall Station.

Features of this walk include fine views from the Herefordhire Beacon over the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean. Much of the walk follows quieter paths away from the main routes on the Malvern Hills.

7 stiles; one short steep climb up to the Herefordshire Beacon. Good paths and tracks throughout

Allow 6 hours

Packed lunch and drinks required. Toilets at British Camp. Subject to any remaining Covid restrictions, refreshments available at British Camp car park.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 09.30 am

Meet: at Colwall Railway Station, Station Rd, Colwall
Grid reference: SO 756424
Post Code: WR13 6QH
Park at Colwall station, or street nearby

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: William Whiting (Stourbridge HF Rambling Group Leader)

Cost: £5.00

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Friday 04th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF72

Two Churches and a Vineyard

6 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 10

A very scenic and varied route through rolling countryside to the west of the Malvern Hills, with many points of interest, this walk has been adopted as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) trail. An opportunity to visit both Colwall and Coddington Churches and the Coddington Vineyard. Exceptional long distance views.

Easy walking with one steady climb, but please be aware that there are 36 stiles to be negotiated: hence the "Moderate" classification and the limit on numbers.

Allow 4 hours

Please bring a packed lunch and drinks

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at Colwall Parish Church – St James the Great, Mill Lane, approx 1.5 miles outside the village
Grid reference: SO 739423
Post Code: WR13 6HE
Car Parking at the church



Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Cynthia Palmer

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Friday 04th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF73

Ups and Downs in the beautiful Suckley Hills

7 miles

A charming, stile-free and very scenic walk near and on the Worcestershire Way, in the area of the village of Suckley. The figure of eight route passes through the hamlet of Longley Green and takes in a section of the Cradley Brook.

Short, quite steep uphill sections on good paths, with much variety and many excellent views.

Allow 3 hours

Bring a flask of coffee and a snack if desired. Subject to any Covid restrictions still in place, lunch will be available at Glass House café, Holloways (pre ordered at start).

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 9.30 am

Meet: and park at Holloways garden furniture centre, Lower Court, Suckley
Grid reference: SO 722516
Post Code: WR6 5DE
Park, as above – follow brown signs

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Carol Harnett

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Friday 04th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF74

An Introduction to the Plant Life of the Malvern Hills

4 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 10

Join a walk leader accompanied by an expert local botanist, to examine and enjoy the variety of plant communities on the Malvern Hills. Our route will be mainly on and around the Herefordshire Beacon Iron Age hill fort, over a variety of habitats including a reservoir, common land and lower slopes. Hilly in places, taken at a gentle pace with frequent stops to identify and discuss the species. Very interesting landscape, with long distance views to the Cotswolds and Bredon Hill.

Allow 3 hours

Bring water; Covid restrictions permitting, refreshments available at British Camp at the Malvern Hills Hotel or Sally's Place.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"


Start: 2.00 pm

Meet: at British Camp car park
Grid reference: SO 763403
Post Code: WR13 6DW
Car park: British Camp car park (Pay and Display £4.40 all day)

Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Frances Van Rompaey (Powick Ramblers & U3A Botany Group)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Friday 04th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF75

A Nature Reserve and the Middle Hills

4 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 10

What is now St Wulstans Nature Reserve was the site of a WW2 military hospital. Passing through the Reserve, we cross fields to the start of a steep climb to the Holy Well with its 17th century origins, and now Malvern’s sole surviving water bottling plant. Then along a contour path to the east of the main ridge, past Berrington’s Quarry, and above historic Little Malvern Court and Priory Church, before climbing to the main ridge to enjoy views over the three counties, the Cotswolds, and as far as the Black Mountains, in Wales. At Wynds Point we turn North along another contour path through woods, descend to Brickbarns farm, and return through the Nature Reserve to the car park.

Rated Easy, but with two steep climbs, taken at an easy pace! Good paths

Allow 2-2½ hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 6.00 pm

Meet: at St Wulstans Nature Reserve, Upper Welland
Grid reference: SO 780414
Post Code: WR14 4JA
Free parking at the Reserve and on approach road



Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: David Owen (St Wulstans walking group)

Cost: £5.00

1 places remaining

Saturday 05th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF81

Hills and views around Cradley and Mathon

6 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 10

An undulating walk through woods and valleys quite different from the Malverns. We go by Bank Farm down to Mathon, across to Cradley Church (lunch) with its 800 year old yew tree, back via Vinesend through the woods.

Allow 4 hours

Bring a packed lunch.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: Old Hollow Road, West Malvern, on the corner with the access road leading to the Outdoor Centre.
Grid reference: SO 764470
Post Code: WR14 4BY
Park on Old Hollow Road, West Malvern, next to the meeting point; please arrive early, parking is limited.

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Andrew Jameson (Worcester Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Saturday 05th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF82

Hill Forts and History

6 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 10

Accompany a local landscape archaeologist to two fascinating Hill Forts: British Camp and Midsummer Hill, with glorious views of the surrounding countryside.

Learn about the history, and folklore, as we visit numerous and varied archaeological features with much to explain and discuss.

A varied and hilly route across and around the two Hill Forts, Hangman’s Hill, Broad Down and Clutters Cave

Allow 4 hours

Bring packed lunch

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 09.00 am

Meet: at the second 5-bar gate on the right hand side of British Camp car park, away from the ticket machine
Grid reference: SO 763403
Post Code: WR13 6DW
Car Park is Pay and Display

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Jim Whitfield

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Saturday 05th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF83

Up, Over and Around Bredon Hill

8 miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 10

A walk across Bredon Hill, an “outlier” of the Cotswolds, offering majestic views and great interest.

Initially a steady uphill section, then a lovely flat route along the side of the hill. We pass a hill fort, before reaching the Banbury stone tower, at the 1,000 ft top. We return to the pretty village of Comberton, though woods and fields, with continuing outstanding scenery.

Allow 5 hours

Bring packed lunch

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at Great Comberton Village Hall
Grid reference: SO 954419
Post Code: WR10 3DP
Park at Village Hall or on nearby roads

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Mary Walters

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Saturday 05th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF84

Walking up a Thirst!

6 miles

A highly scenic walk around Suckley & Suckley Green, with great views in varied countryside. Some easy hills. We wander through orchards & hop yards, and finish at the only brewery in the UK located on a hop farm.

Subject to any Covid restrictions still in place, on our return, we learn about the Hop Shed’s history & operation. A cash bar will be open for us to enjoy some of their brews.

Allow 3 hours

Bring liquid refreshment and any snacks required for a 6 mile walk.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 2.00 pm

Meet: Meet & park at the Hop Shed Brewery, The Old Chicken Shed, Suckley
Grid reference: SO 722503
Post Code: WR6 5EQ

Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Keith Collins (Powick Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Saturday 05th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF85

West Malvern Country Stroll

5 miles

A delightful evening stroll from West Malvern, through beautiful, undulating Herefordshire countryside below the Malvern Hills, and along quiet lanes and footpaths. Enjoy a spectacular sunset (hopefully), and wonderful views up to the Hills and over rural Herefordshire, with distant glimpses of the high Black Mountains. The route is through part of the Mathon Estate, with its historic landscaped gardens.

Allow 3 hours

Subject to any remaining Covid restrictions, an optional pub visit at the end of the walk.

For a map of the start and end point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then choose "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 7.00 pm

Meet: at Lay-by with bus shelter on the B4232 West Malvern Road
Grid reference: SO 765456
Post Code: WR14 4BG


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: David Hawkins (Leadon Vale Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Sunday 06th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF91

Croome Park, River Severn, Upton and villages

10 miles

A delightfully varied and mainly flat walk from Upton upon Severn. We cross the River Severn and pass through several villages, including Severn Stoke. The return leg is via Kinnersley and High Green on the way to Capability Brown’s Croome Estate, whetting the appetite for a more detailed look at this popular National Trust highlight.

Allow 6 hours

For a map of the start and end point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then choose "Show points on Open Street Map" or "Show points on OS Map"

Bring packed lunch

Many refreshment options in Upton on return, subject to any remaining Covid restrictions.

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: at the free Car Park off the A4104, Upton to Welland road, opposite the parish church.
Grid reference: SO 851403
Postcode: WR8 0HW


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: David Hawkins (Leadon Vale Ramblers)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Sunday 06th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF92

Sights around Kempsey Common

4½ miles

A ramble over the common and through farmland with a stunning view of the Malvern Hills. We pass Pirton Pool, reputed to date from the 14th century, and now significantly enlarged into a lake. Later in the walk Pirton Church, with its unusual “black and white” tower is close by our route.


Allow 2½ hours

For a map of the start and end point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then choose "Show points on Open Street Map" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.30 am

Meet: Kempsey Common Car Park
Grid reference: SO 867483
Post Code: WR5 3QA



Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: David Russell

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Sunday 06th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF93

Worcester and the Civil War

5 miles

We explore and learn about Worcester’s key role in the Civil War (1642-1651). Includes the tactics and deployments of the Royalist and Parliamentary forces at the battle of Powick Bridge (1642), and Cromwell and Prince Charles‘ final decisive Battle of Worcester (1651). Much historical interest, including visits to the site of the “bridges of boats”; Fort Royal; and Prince Charles’ HQ.

A flat easy walk on paths along the Teme and Severn Rivers, and to Fort Royal in the city, via the Birmingham and Worcester canal and the Diglis basin. A quick direct return route on quiet lanes.

Bring a snack and drink for a mid-walk break.

Allow 3 hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 10.00 am

Meet: by large chimney at Old Powick Bridge
Grid reference: SO 835527
Post Code: WR2 4BU
Park on cul de sac at bridge, signposted “Old Road”, 50 yds from chimney


Difficulty: Easy

Walk Leader: Bob Baldwin

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Sunday 06th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF94

The Malvern Water Trail

4½ miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 12

Walk with a knowledgeable and well known local expert in a visit to 10 historic water features, including the highest spring on the Malvern Hills. Starting on Belle Vue Terrace, the route takes us up St Ann's Road, south along the hills to the Dripping Well and Earnslaw Quarry, then down Abbey Road past Ellerslie to end at the Priory Gatehouse.

Enjoy supreme panoramic views over Malvern and the Severn valley.

Some steep ascents, uneven ground and rocky ledges.

Allow 3½ hours.

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 2.00 pm

Meet: at the entrance to Rose Bank Gardens on the A449, a few metres south of Mount Pleasant Hotel
Grid reference: SO 774458
Post Code: WR14 4RP
Car parks: behind the Unicorn pub; Southlea car park, Priory Rd.: OR drive south past the Rose Bank bus shelter and park on the A449, on the left hand side.

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Cora Weaver (Friends of Malvern Springs & Wells)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

Sunday 06th Jun 2021
Walk No: MWF96

The Fascinating Geology of the Middle Hills

2½ miles

Maximum Number of Walkers: 10

We accompany a local geologist on a fascinating route to examine the topography on each side of the Malvern ridge, and the contrasting underlying rock structure.

Initially we walk uphill, and head around the ramparts of the British Camp hill fort, looking at the contrasting views in each direction and seeing how the hills and valleys are shaped by the underlying geology. We next study the dramatic effects of Precambrian volcanoes and explain the evolution of the Severn “rift” valley. Lovely views throughout.

Allow 2½ hours

For a map of the start point, click HERE for an aerial view, and then select "Show points on OpenStreetMap" or "Show points on OS Map"

Start: 6.00 pm

Meet: at British Camp Car Park,opposite the Malvern Hills Hotel
Grid reference: SO 763403
Post Code: WR13 6DW
Malvern Hills Trust Pay and Display car park


Difficulty: Moderate

Walk Leader: Moira Jenkins (H&W Earth Heritage Trust)

Cost: £5.00

Sorry, walk is fully booked.

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