GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Malvern Hills Walks

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Route NamePhotoDistanceDescription
Ankerdine Hill1 miles (1 km)Climb to this hill in Knightwick on this walk in the Malvern Hills. There's a nice waterside stretch along the River Teme, woodland trails and great views from the high points. View Full Details>>
Eastnor Deer Park5 miles (8 km)This walk follows a section of the Geopark Way long distance trail through the beautiful Eastnor Deer Park. The 300 acre park includes hill climbs, woodland, ponds, lovely countryside and a herd of Red Deer. View Full Details>>
Geopark Way111 miles (179 km)Meandering its way for 109 miles through the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark from Bridgnorth to Gloucester, the Geopark Way passes through stunning countryside as it explores 700 million years of geological history. The trail offers varied walking alongside rivers, through forests, along ridges and across valley floors; all with majestic views to match. Passing through an assortment of habitats there is a plethora of wildlife adding to the occasion. Quaint villages and towns dot the route bringing further elements of exploration and enchantment. View Full Details>>
Herefordshire Beacon and British Camp2 miles (2.5 km)This walk climbs to Herefordshire Beacon in the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As well as some splendid views the site includes the significant British Camp Iron Age Hillfort, first constructed in the 2nd century BC. The boundary betweenHerefordshireandWorcestershirealso runs just past the hill to the east. View Full Details>>
Ledbury-Eastnor Castle-Malvern Hills8 miles (13.5 km)This walk from Ledbury takes you through the Eastnor Castle Estate before climbing into the hills to the east of the town. It's a varied route with woodland sections, open countryside and a climb in the Malvern Hills at the end. The route finishes in Colwall where you can get a direct train back to Ledbury. View Full Details>>
Malvern Hills8 miles (13 km)This walk takes you the full length of the Malvern Hills from End Hill in North Malvern to Chase End Hill at the southern end. The Hills divide the counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire and are covered with numerous footpaths and bridleways. View Full Details>>
Malvern Hills Circular Walk13 miles (21 km)This long route makes use of the Three Choirs Way and the old route of the Worcestershire Way to create a circular walk through the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There's fabulous views over the counties of Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire throughout. View Full Details>>
Three Choirs Way100 miles (161 km)Visit the cities of Gloucester, Hereford, and Worcester on this circular walk. The walk has been devised with themes of poetry and music and links with the Three Choirs Music Festival which is held each August alternately at the magnificent cathedrals of the Three Counties (Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester). View Full Details>>
Worcester Riverside Walk6 miles (9.8 km)An easy riverside walk along the River Severn from Worcester Cathedral to the nearby village of Hallow. The walk is very flat and lasts for just over 6 miles, there and back. It follows a section of the Severn Way long distance trail which runs through the city. View Full Details>>
Worcestershire Beacon4 miles (6.5 km)This circular walk takes you to the high point of the Malvern Hills at Worcestershire Beacon. The walk starts in Great Malvern, just to the west of the train station. From the Edward Elgar Statue you can pick up the Worcestershire Way to take you onto the hills. The route then heads to North Hill and Sugarloaf Hill before climbing to Worcestershire Beacon. From the 425 metres (1,394ft) summit you can see 13 counties of England on a clear day. Other highlights includes views of The Wrekin,Cannock Chase, theWelshborder mountains, theShropshire Hillsand across the valleys of theSevernandAvonto theCotswold Hills. View Full Details>>
Worcestershire Way36 miles (58 km)This walk takes you from Bewdley to Great Malvern where you can enjoy splendid views of the Malvern Hills. View Full Details>>

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