Ivington - Upper Hill - Brierley - Ivington

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A pleasant walk in a quite corner of Herefordshire, just to the south of Leominster. Starting from the small village of Ivington, the walk is relatively flat at first, passing through Ivington Green and then Upper Hill, an attractive village, with small green and war memorial at its centre. The village is overlooked by two hills, as the name would suggest, both with woodland on top. The walk starts to climb the first. The top is not reached, but there are great views to the valley below, which can be glimpsed through a hedge.

The second hill is then climbed, this time reaching the top. A woodland path is followed along the top of a long ridge before eventually dipping down into another attractive village called Brierley. The village has one of the largest strawberry farms in the country. The route back passes a never-ending row of poly-tunnels as it heads through the farm on the way back to Ivington.

England - Central England - Herefordshire - Welsh Marches


Church, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Wildlife, Woodland

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22.4 Miles