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  • A major challenge for the fit walker: North to South on the Malvern Hills and back again; 15 peaks each way

  • A walk from the lovely Georgian town and Abbey of Pershore along the Avon, taking in picturesque villages nearby

  • An extended loop based on Ledbury and taking in Oyster Hill, Colwall, British Camp and Eastnor.

  • Explore the Suckley Hills and the Knapp and Paper Mill Nature Reserve

  • Lovely scenery and lots of interest on and around Bringsty Common

  • A leisurely morning walk to admire majestic trees in Malvern, complemented by superb architecture.

  • In this companion to the morning walk, trees and architecture link the town and the Hills; beautiful and intriguing

  • A walk through the area of Malvern known through history as ‘Barnards Green’ – a wider area than usually supposed

  • Outstanding scenery and a unique brewery to add flavour

  • A pleasant walk through the Hanley countryside

  • Explore the hills and woods around Suckley and finish with tea and cake!

  • Hills, Woolhope Dome, Views, Apple Blossom and Cider

  • A scenic and varied route in woods and fields and along the river in Powick parish.

  • A leisurely morning walk to admire majestic trees in Malvern, complemented by superb architecture.

  • In this companion to the morning walk, trees and architecture link the town and the Hills; beautiful and intriguing

  • A fascinating historical walk in and around the pretty village of Hanley Swan

  • A leisurely circuit around Colwall Stone, exploring its fascinating industrial heritage

  • A fascinating experience of the history, and evidence, of the King’s Thirds on the northern Malvern Hills

  • A very challenging, hilly, 31-mile hike through beautiful countryside along the full length of the Worcestershire Way – in a day

  • A varied walk crossing the most beautiful parts of the lower Teme Valley on the Herefordshire/Worcestershire border

  • Views and history as we pass, or maybe visit, three pubs to the west of the Hills

  • An informative walk along the banks of the Avon and Severn from Twyning to Tewkesbury and return

  • A short walk with frequent stops to view the plant life and the landscape on the Malvern Hills.

  • A pretty walk through Eastnor Deer Park, between a couple of lakes and up a steep slope to the obelisk.

  • A scenic and gently undulating walk in the area of Old Hills

  • A gentle introduction to the geology of Mathon and the central section of the Malvern Hills, plus two medieval churches

  • Explore and enjoy the Southern Hills

  • Explore Farming and its issues and challenges

  • Discover the many habitats on the Malvern Hills and the nature conservation work of the Malvern Hills Trust

  • A lovely, varied walk in great countryside in and above the Teme Valley

  • Panoramic views as we learn of the history and geology of the classic water features on the Hills

  • Walk through the fascinating history of Malvern with a local history expert

  • Was the War won by Radar? Learn about Malvern’s vital role

  • A  short, gentle walk to learn something about the history of the area from ancient times to the modern day

  • Hills, woods, fields and a church west of the Malverns.

  • A circular walk through the lovely Worcestershire countryside from Newland via the Old Hills and Bastonford.

     

  • Walk through historic Bromyard and the outstanding local heath and down land

  • A walk around the extensive and impressive grounds of historic Madresfield Court

  • A short walk but a hard one, up Ragged Stone Hill and around Chase End

  • A gentle walk through the beautiful countryside and parkland of Madresfield Court

  • The history and locations of five US Army hospitals in Malvern Wells and Hanley Swan

  • Hereford rivers, hills, a dragon and an ancient bridge.

  • 140 years of caring for the Malvern Hills and Commons

  • Explore the Mortons – Castlemorton and Birtsmorton

  • Views from the Malvern Hills of places where British political and social power changed

  • Worcester’s canal and riverside, including a 1½ hour visit to Diglis Island and the new Fish Pass on Diglis Weir.

  • Walk through the fascinating history of Malvern with a local history expert

  • The challenges faced by farmers today, even in the attractive surroundings of the Teme Valley.

  • The beautiful and varied scenery around the southern Malvern Hills and Eastnor

  • Train from Colwall Station to Ledbury and walk back to Colwall, taking in Eastnor and British Camp

  • The walk highlights how Colwall Stone developed due to the arrival of the Worcester to Hereford railway; its engineer Steven Ballard; horse racing and a public school’s miniature railway.

  • Common, canals, riverside, a disused railway line and countryside.

  • A beautiful afternoon’s walk on the Worcestershire / Herefordshire border, through farmlands and orchards

  • A fascinating walk, passing many interesting homes and learning about the people who lived in them.

  • A lovely traverse of Bredon Hill with extensive views of the Severn plain and the Malvern Hills.

  • Visit many of the historic spouts and springs on the Hills and enjoy wonderful views

  • The history, features and folklore of the two Hill Forts, Midsummer Hill and British Camp

  • Learn about the first and last battles of the Civil War. Who won, and why.

  • How WW2 took over Great Malvern

  • Learn about the former quarrying industry and its dramatic impact on the Malvern Hills

  • Outstanding scenery and a unique brewery to add flavour

  • A lovely circuit on the northern hills, visiting the three tops: North, Table and Beacon

  • Explore the Geology of the Southern Hills from Ragged Stone Hill

  • The whole of the Malvern Hills ridge from Chase End in the South to North Malvern

  • This is a delightful walk along ancient pathways around the southern part of the Malvern Hills:  stand where three counties meet

  • Villages, Woods, Fields and Views on the West Side

  • A wonderful, undulating meander in West Malvern, with some geology

  • Expansive views of Symonds Yat and the River Wye, rivaling the spectacular views from the rock itself.

  • A relaxing and convivial experience, walking and singing in the countryside around Colwall

  • A walk embracing the highlights of Tewkesbury, past and present

  • Follow in the footsteps of the hire-donkeys that once took tourists up the Malvern Hills

  • Wonderful countryside to the west of the Malvern Hills

  • The 31-mile Worcestershire Way is a diverse and attractive route covering a wide variety of landscapes and terrains. Riverside walking, hill climbs and diverse woodlands all feature

  • Rail Trails Worcestershire is a new initiative that will eventually provide a walking route connecting all stations in Worcestershire. This year we’re heading north over three days on the ‘Salt Line’ to Bromsgrove.

  • The Three Choirs Way is a long distance footpath route between three cathedral cities and county towns; Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester. This 3-day walk is along the 31-mile section between Gloucester and Hereford cathedrals.