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Herefordshire Beacon

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Are you thinking of visiting a hill in Malvern. Then, by jingo this one is the second best there is, so give it a go. It's quite steep on the way up, as you would expect from a hill. Its also quite steep on the way down, but then you cant hve everything. Unsuprisingly, from the
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There is a nice circular route taking in the beacon, Midsummer hill and Swinyard hill. There are lower, easier paths with gradual inclines and no steps or the main route with some stone steps and a steeper paths to the top and along thd ridge. Wonderful views on a clear day.
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We printed off the Circular walk taking in Herefordshire Beacon and Swinyard Hill. This is a lovely 2 hour walk with breathtaking views. Some of the paths are steep with loose gravel and rock, so you need to be fairly nimble on your feet. The car park opposite the Hotel costs
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An easily accessible walk with many varied routes both up and down to Herefordshire Beacon. A 360 degree panoramic view, which was stunning. It was also lovely to meet and chat to like minded people as we walked, although it would be nice to have a view point stating what you
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Obviously this is not going to be a gentle walk. I managed it with a recovering sprained ankle. it is reached by steep steps and slopes. There is a hard path that gently winds it ways round the hills but as there was a lack of information boards we were unsure where they went
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