The Malvern Hills offers people many different options for leisure walks or so me thing more difficult, there a beautiful quintessential villages of Malvern Wells, giving access to The Holywell, where you are to stop and take in the flavours of Malvern water, the beautiful British Camp, where a much needed alcoholic or non alcoholic beverage can be purchased. The...
Whether you want to spend all day walking or a simply take a stroll there's a walk to suit. There's paths around, or to the top from practically every car park. Views are spectacular when you get there, on a clear day you can see for miles and spot so many landmarks.
I have walked the hills a few times now and always find a new route. The views are breathtaking. Routes vary in difficulty but all are worthwhile. Plenty of wild flowers, insects, squirrels, trees and fungi to see. An added bonus is the cafe at St Ann's well, which serves delicious vegetarian food.
A beautiful range of hills with easy and more challenging walks. Far reaching views from both the top of the Worcestershire and Herefordshire Beacons. There is a good range of car parks giving easy access on to the hills in various locations and plenty of local cafes and pubs.
The hills are only about 1000ft high at the highest point, the Worcestershire Beacon but do differ considerably from the Northern End, North Hill to the Southern End, Chase End.
Opportunities for parking at the Southern end and as a result are much quieter. In between there is the very popular and spectacular earthworks of British Camp. There are other...