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Walking in Worcestershire

 

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As well as the Severn Way (210 miles), Wychavon Way (41.5 miles), Worcestershire Way (31 miles) there are many public rights of way which allow you to walk along rivers, through woodland and across fields of the Worcestershire countryside to appreciate the wonderful landscape, farming, wildlife and fauna of this part of the Heart of England.

There is a lovely circular walk along the River Severn from the Sabrina Bridge (at Worcester Racecourse) to Diglis, past Worcester Cricket Ground & Worcester Cathedral. The Old Rectifying House at the road bridge is ideal for a drink, snack or meal.

 

Local walks

Monkwood Nature Reserve - 5 miles

Hallow Village Walk - 3.75 miles

Hallow Walk through Spindle Wood - 8 miles

Shrawley Wood walk - 5 miles

Malvern Hills walk - 8 miles

Battle of Worcester City Centre Trail - takes about 1 hour

 

Links 

Worcester Rambling Club - Walks around Worcester

Walking in Worcestershire - download & print worcester walks for free

Ramblers - at the heart of walking

Malvern Trail - The Malvern Hills can be seen from Moseley Farm B&B and are approximate 10 miles away. A wonderful place to walk