Things to see & do
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With cool pools, muddy puddles, woods and open grassland, the Clent Hills offer a doggy paradise.
The Clent Hills have been enjoyed by day-trippers from nearby Midlands towns and cities for over 200…
The Clent Hills have been enjoyed by winter ramblers from nearby Midlands towns and cities for over …
- Bacon butties at Nimmings car park cafe, but come hungry!
- An ever-changing pallette of colours, with bluebells in spring, foxgloves in summer, and autumnal splendour as the leaves fall.
- Getting your bearings at the toposcope. Is that Birmingham or Bromsgrove?
- The magnificent old beech tree on the easy access route from Nimmings, and the majestic spread of it's enormous branches
- The pond in Stu's Spinney, a 5 minute walk from Nimmings cafe. Bring your net and hunt for newts!
A carved wooden archway welcomes visitors to Clent, and looking closely you will see the words and thoughts of local walkers inscribed onto the wood. These words come from 'Poem to Clent', a dedication to Clent Hills written by the appointed Artist in Residence Helen Calcutt, forged from personal reflections and interviews with visitors. The Archway stands over the easy access path, recently renovated by our volunteer team to ensure everyone can enjoy these much-loved Hills.
Best of the '50 things' to do at Clent
4. Build a den
Terriffic teepees, brilliant bivvies..it's all possible in the Natural Play Area, so get building...
7. Fly a kite
Hold on tight, and let your spirits soar with your kite
27. Go star gazing
Why not join us for a special night with the Birmingham Astronomical Society in September?
Take part in this worldwide hi-tech treasure hunt! We've hidden 8 caches on Clent Hills