wide variety of walks for all to enjoy - old favourites & new ideas
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There are plenty of opportunities to sample Herefordshire's
wonderful food and drink, to reward yourself with a delicious tea and to meet
& make friends old and new.
a leisurely walk along the rivers of northern Herefordshire before a pub lunch
or discover the beautiful countryside round the southern end of the Malvern
Hills in the company of the maker of truly indulgent ice cream, who will show
you where it is made with some samples to taste. To the west, there’s history, flora &
fauna before lashings of tea and cake.
better way to explore the delights of Herefordshire than in the care and
comfort of friends … we're putting it all together for you to enjoy.
opportunity to walk in the footsteps of King Offa and King Ethelbert, sample
the Bounty of Three Counties, along the banks of Bodenham Lake and the River
Lugg observing the bird life and fauna, walk the nine miles of The Malvern
Hills End-to-End or spend an evening in the stunning scenery of Paradise
You can’t pass up A Tomb with a View, an evening in Paradise
Valley or the Bringsty Brockhampton Spectacular. Spend a fascinating morning learning about
1000 years of Building with Stone or stretch your legs walking the Malvern
Hills End-to-End. The festival features
the last two legs of Hill Forts and Castles, an unpublished route created by
Ramblers member, Mary Watkins and historian Heather Hurley explores the world
of 18thC Turnpikes.