Walking in Worcestershire
Worcestershire is nestled in the centre of the great British countryside, making it the perfect hub to start your trekking adventure. There are many beautiful routes for both cycling and walking, catering to all abilities; whether you are after a short easy stroll or a day long hike, Worcestershire has got you covered. Explore the Malvern Hills or the extensive canal networks, all with the secure knowledge of a peaceful, cosy bed when you return back home.
FarmStays’ carefully chosen accommodation is dotted throughout the county, making sure all corners are covered. This gives you the freedom to explore every nook and cranny that might take your fancy.
We recommend taking in the magnificent views across the Severn Valley and the Malvern Hills, exploring the dense Wyre Forest, and taking on some of the many country parks. Waseley Hills, Worcester Wood, Kingsford Forest Park, Blackstone Riverside Park and the Clent Hills (National Trust) are all inspiring walks. The Malvern Hills are a 15km range of ancient rocks that provide excellent walking conditions and even more stunning views.
Move on to discover ancient royal hunting grounds and sites of special scientific interest, as you make your way across this wonderful county. These resources can give you even more of a look into the plenty of routes on offer:
Start your trekking adventure off right with a night spent in a cosy farm B&B.
Choose FarmStay UK for your basecamp.