Facilities & access

General

  • There is a vast network of walking trails to enjoy around the Clent Hills, including part of the North Worcestershire Way
  • Off-road cyclists are welcome on byways and bridleways. The cycling in this area is more suited to mountain bikers than families
  • The toilets at Nimmings Wood car park are closed on Mondays
  • The toilets on Adam's Hill are closed until further notice
  • Dogs are welcome at the Clent Hills. Please keep them on a lead in the car parks and under close control in areas grazed by livestock
  • There is a picnic area at Nimmings Wood car park
  • A café at Nimmings Wood car park serves light snacks and drinks, including some of the best bacon butties for miles around! Closed on Mondays
  • There are several public houses at Adam's Hill
  • A walks leaflet is available from the café and at the entrance to Nimmings Wood car park
  • Visitor information panels are dotted throughout the estate and a topograph describes the views from the summit of Clent Hill
  • A permanent Geocaching Trail is available on the hills all year round
  • The Clent Hills are a popular, breezy location for flying kites
  • A network of bridleways cross the estate. Adam's Hill is a good starting point for horse riding
  • Orienteering events (not NT) take place throughout the year. Orienteering events are organised by the Harlequins - www.harlequins.org.uk

Family & children

  • Discover more about the countryside through one of our family trails and venture out to spot birds at the bird hide on Walton's Hill, which is marked on the 'Walks on the Clent Hills' leaflet
  • Schools should contact the estate office prior to visiting

Access

  • Five accessible parking spaces are located near the café at Nimmings Wood car park
  • There is an accessible toilet at Nimmings Wood car park
  • Path and open space surfaces vary around the estate
  • Some routes have been improved to give easier access, but most are on naturally uneven grassy ground or woodland floor
  • A wide path, suitable for most wheelchairs and pushchairs, travels half a mile from Nimmings Wood car park to the Standing Stones
  • Benches are located across the site and at many fine viewpoints
  • Fully accessible café with parking nearby

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