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Malvern Hills

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Malvern, England
+44 1684 892002
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Fabulous for walking

A great place for walking at any time of the year. The Malvern Hills are beautiful in any season... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Marion B
Malvern, United Kingdom
via mobile
Hidden Walks If You Know Where to Look

Take the A438 (Ledbury to Tewkesbury road) through Eastnor and aim towards 'Hollybush'. Here there... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Richy R
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The Malvern Hills are an iconic landscape with unique cultural heritage, wildlife and geology. The Malvern Hills Trust owns and cares for the Malvern Hills and Commons and keeps them open for the hundreds of thousands of visitors who come each year.
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“car park” (64 reviews)
“stunning views” (55 reviews)
Malvern, England
+44 1684 892002
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A great place for walking at any time of the year. The Malvern Hills are beautiful in any season. Well worth the hard work required on some of the steeper sections. Unparalleled panoramic views, especially from the beacon on a clear day. It can be...More

Thank Marion B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Take the A438 (Ledbury to Tewkesbury road) through Eastnor and aim towards 'Hollybush'. Here there is a small crossroads (where the left turn goes to Castlemorton Common - itself a great place to explore), take the right turn, and then another right turn, to arrive...More

Thank Richy R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had a warm and pleasant walk up to the trig point on the top but wow what a difference. The wind was blowing straight off the Welsh Hills so we didn't stop too long. The experience was dampened by so many dogs not on...More

Thank sadvad
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I am lucky enough to live in Malvern, so I have some natural bias. However, the hills are not to be missed. The variety of flora to be found in different locations is astounding. The views are magnificent on a clear day, and the character...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Just moved to Malvern from Suffolk and keen to walk the hills, however Suffolk is flat so not used to hills and this is a great way to start. My dog loved it and the scenery is spectacular.

Thank Joanne P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great stroll out on the hills for the first time. Fantastic view although slightly drizzling and low cloud although lots of people up the top, walking, biking and generally having a great fun in the Worcestershire countryside . Ease of access and plea to views....More

Thank Pcbasil
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We walked the whole length of the Malvern Hills over 3 days... the southern end in the late afternoon as we arrived in the area, the longer middle section (circular route) in the pouring rain and thick mist- just our luck! (Though we did find...More

Thank orinocokid
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Just back from a holiday in the Malvern area it is a second visit to the area as when we was there before we walked half of the hills so went back to conquer the other half started off going up and around North Hill...More

Thank Halstead1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On this occasion I just had time to look up to the hills but I have walked them on so many occasions over the years. To me one of the most beautiful places anywhere, the hills have everything, the views over Worcestershire and beyond to...More

Thank NB1957
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We took our annual visit to Malvern and up the hills recently. As ever it was beautiful, a great break from normal life, very relaxing (even though some may think it hard work going uphill!), stunning views, very friendly people to meet and talk to...More

Thank Andrew B
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Nikki C
27 May 2017|
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Response from skynet45 | Reviewed this property |
The best way is to get a train to Great Malvern Station (better than Malvern Link) and walk up Avenue Road into the town. From Belle Vue Terrace take the signs to St Ann's well and keep going up! This will take you up to the... More
Nikki C
27 May 2017|
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Response from SUSAN Y | Reviewed this property |
We had our own car. Nowadays trains can carry bikes on board. Maybe take the train then cycle to the hills. Park your bike (lock it up) then do the walk.
Aisha A
23 January 2015|
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Response from Shelley L | Reviewed this property |
If you visit the GeoCentre just below the Wyche Gap on the West side of the hills you will find loads of fascinating material about the hills. You will also find plenty of good food and drink! There's plenty of parking... More