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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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You should never let the weather put you off when setting out for a walk on the Malvern. Although it was showery the view from the top made any rain clouds did not diminish our enjoyment of the walk. The top was blustery and the...More
Lots of parking options and locations, public toilets in at least two areas along the hills, lots of options to stop and eat good food including cafes. The views are amazing and interesting. Highly recommend.
Stretch your legs,clear your head,stunning views into Wales and across towards the cotswolds,Ample selection of parking places. Walks for all ages and abilities.
Wonderous scenery,how luckly are we that live here.
Plenty of tea rooms in Malvern to qwench your thirst afterwards
We visited the Malvern Hills on a Saturday afternoon, we parked on the beacon car park which costs £4.30 all day but is exact change only, from there we had a walk up the hills going to the top of the Worcester Beacon which is...More
Brilliant place to blow away the cobwebs, with a selection for paths along most of the route so the more energetic can race up & down each peak while the less fit can walk around at a slightly lower level. You get lovely views &...More
There are paths up the hillsides everywhere and many have enough wear or lower down are even paved, so that you're not constantly looking down for tree roots. Although some of them have that and loose stone in the forested area.
The views are beautiful...More
A gentle stroll along a myriad of paths worn/cut/made along the hills top. Continually giving great views across the Vale. The initial insipid assent through the tree line a bit strenuous but too great as its only part of the 1400' height. Be prepared as...More