All year round, you will find a wealth of guided walks and rambles in all parts of the county. Check at the local Tourist Information Centres for details.
The outstanding beauty of the Malvern Hills has proved to be a magnet for walkers and ramblers for generations; and as been an inspiration to artists and writers for centuries.
The Hills are open to walkers all year round with magnificent views, and one of the country’s most impressive Iron Age hill forts proudly straddling the summit. The Severn Way meanders through the county, following the great river on its journey from Wales to the Bristol Channel. At 210 miles, the Severn Way is the longest waymarked riverside walk in Britain.
The North Worcestershire Path takes walkers through varied countryside, including three country parks. The Wychavon Way links the Severn to the Cotswold Hills; while the Worcestershire Way offers nearly fifty miles of walking, linking the Severn and the River Teme via high wooded ridges.
Sit on the bus and take a tour around the area enjoying the scenic landscape or, alternatively, you can get off the bus and take a walk, visit a local attraction or go for a pub lunch and later return on the bus.
The Malvern Hills Hopper – Tel 01684 575082