British Camp Reservoir - Hangmans Hill - Herefordshire Beacon

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The Malvern Hills offer superb walking with breathtaking views over several counties. This walk starts at the pay and display car park along the A449 as it crosses into Herefordshire. The route follows a narrow lane round to British Camp Reservoir and descends down to its outflow before skirting the side of Broad Down and Hangmans Hill. It then ascends up to the top of Hangmans Hill from the south and summits two more of the Malvern Hills; Broad Down and Millennium Hill before making its way to the top of Herefordshire Beacon which is the highest point on the whole walk at 338m. The top of Millennium Hill and Hereforshire Beacon sport the remains of an Iron Age Hillfort and also a Norman Castle which was one of the highest castles in the country at the time.

England - Central England - Herefordshire - Malvern Hills


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Lake/Loch, Pub, Wildlife, Woodland

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