Malvern Hills (Worcestershire) Reviews
Description:Sightseeing National / Worcestershire
Newest Review: ... would get more out of the hills than me although I still find that they make a pleasant afternoon out. There are three walks which I have undertaken and would like to share my views about. The highest point in the hills is Worcestershire Beacon which can be reached by walking up the hill from the town of Great Malvern. This walk can be tiring on the legs but does not require a superb level ... more
Customer Malvern Hills (Worcestershire) Reviews (2)
by - written on 28/07/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
One thing about the Malvern Hills is that they are easy to spot due to their distinctive shape. If you happen to be in south Worcestershire and see an interestingly shaped ridge to the west it is not the Welsh mountains as my dad once thought but the beautiful Malvern Hills which mark the border with Herefordshire. At certain times of the year the sun can be seen setting behind them from the Worcester area and this can be a spectacular sight. I am not a particularly enthusiastic walker nor am I overly fit. I suspect that someone who could tick one or both of those boxes would get more out of the hills than me although I still find that they make a pleasant ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/09 (Very useful, 200 readings)
We went for a walk in the beautiful Malvern Hills in Worcestershire the other day and were really impressed by the landscape and stunning views. Gaining access to the hills themselves was at first slightly problematic for us as we turned up on spec, aren't locals, and were navigating only by road-map, but we hazily remembered parking in some sort of 'quarry car park' when we first visited the area a number of years ago - and looking for a 'quarry car park' turned out the be just the right thing to do. From Great Malvern (confusingly, known just as 'Malvern' on some of the road signs) we headed down the B4218 towards Colwall and turned off at Wyche Cutting ... Read the complete review
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