Woodland Walk - Green Route

Walking trail

Why not see how many native trees you can spot in our woodland? This woodland was once part of the Leggett-inspired parkland. Some of the large old specimen trees will have been planted in the late 1700s as part of this re-design. You will need to pop on your wellies, as the paths are very muddy at this time of year!

carpet of bluebells in the woods at Brockhampton


Map of green trail


The car park at Lower Brockhampton


Walk back towards the entrance to the car park then fork left following the green markers into the field that runs parallel to the drive. Walk away from the manor (remembering to turn around to enjoy the view) until you go though the gate at the other end of the field

cattle lying in front of manor house


Follow the path into the woods. By the stream, follow the left fork of the path.

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Mixed broadleaf woodland in leaf


Walk over the stream, and pass Harold the horse. Turn right and begin climbing up the sides of the valley, following the green arrows. There are several sections of steps to negotiate, so take care.

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A horse sculpture in the woods


Continue straight along the path and cross over the stream. Follow the green way-markers, taking the left fork and then take the path of the right.

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Round capped white fungus growing in grass


Continue upwards until you reach a path going left, follow this along the top of the valley. Take in the fine specimens of oak trees in this part of the wood; some are 500 years old. These trees support up to 300 different species of wildlife from mammals to insects and fungi.

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Three swallows on a branch


Continue until you reach Grove Pool. Follow the path to the left and then take the path on the right over the stream. Continue straight ahead down the hill. At the end of the path, turn left and once you have crossed over the second stream, take the path on the right towards the manor. Walk through the field until you arrive back at the car park.

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Brockhampton Grove Pool


The car park at Lower Brockhampton

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Woodland Walk - Green Route


Some boggy areas and a steep hill to climb; some of it has steps

Woodland Walk - Green Route

How to get here

Lower Brockhampton manor house, National Trust Brockhampton Estate, Bringsty, near Bromyard, WR6 5UH
By road

Follow the A44 west from Worcester or the A44 east from Bromyard and turn off at the Brockhampton sign. Follow the winding road to Lower Brockhampton and park in the main car park near the manor house.

Woodland Walk - Green Route

Facilities and access

  • toilets
  • kiosk