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Margaret L wrote a review Nov 2020
Colourful and interesting for all ages, the canal walk travels a lot of locks and passes inhabited boats moored there. There are many colourful characters too and a lot of history. I loved it.
Date of experience: October 2020
mike w wrote a review Mar 2020
Doncaster, United Kingdom41 contributions9 helpful votes
Done these on several occasions..Tough work- but great sense of achievement when at the top..Wonderful countryside too..
Date of experience: April 2019
1 Helpful vote
Martyn B wrote a review Feb 2020
Southampton, United Kingdom17 contributions4 helpful votes
Such a lovely walk along the canal and what a great job the Canal trust has done in the up keep and renovating. It’s a place to visit over and over always something different. The canal boats are very interesting as well.
Date of experience: January 2020
watty-rugby wrote a review Feb 2020
Bromsgrove, United Kingdom86 contributions36 helpful votes
A fascinating walk through canal history. 30 locks in a 2.25 mile stretch of the Worcester and Birmingham canal. The Tardebigge engine house at the top is wonderful building. Currently privately owned (used to be a pub) is a landmark. The walk takes you down to the Queen's Head pub at the bottom, which is always very busy but does great food.…
Date of experience: August 2019
1 Helpful vote
Leslie F wrote a review Nov 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom78 contributions17 helpful votes
Being a sunny afternoon we decided to go for a walk and ended up at Tardebigge Locks where he had a very pleasant stroll along the canal. This is a very nice way to spend a sunny afternoon and it’s free and relaxing.
Date of experience: September 2019