Clent Hills

A stunning countryside haven in the heart of the busy Midlands

Clent Hills

What's on

Children at Clent Hills

February Fun on the Clent Hills 

Get outdoors and navigate the Clent Hills this February half term with family workshops and trails.

Dog in little red jacket being fed a bacon sandwich by its owner

Enjoying the Hills with your four legged friend 

The Clent Hills are a great place for enjoying some fresh air and open space with your dog. Here's a quick guide to exploring the area with your four legged friend.

Clent Hills volunteers repairing a bike track

Biking the Clent Hills 

The Clent Hills are crisscrossed with bridleway, providing a challenge for off road cyclist.

Upcoming events

New Year Ramble

Sun 26 Jan 2020
10:00-13:00
Blow away the cobwebs and walk into the New Year with a 5 mile ramble around the Clent Hills.

Hidden Stories Ramble

Wed 12 Feb 2020
10:00-13:00
Get out in the fresh air and enjoy a sociable 5 mile ramble through the stunning countryside of the Clent Hills and surrounding area. As you walk find out more about the history and folklore of the hills.

Introduction to Navigation

Tue 18 Feb 2020
11:00-13:00
A family workshop to learn navigations skills and techniques, teaching the core skills involved to safely enjoy and navigate the Countryside. Learn the basic skills needed to navigate yourself around the numerous paths and tracks of the Clent...

Spring - Awakening your senses

Wed 11 Mar 2020
10:00-13:00
Dig out your walking boots and join us for a 5 mile ramble around the Clent Hills as they come to life after a long winter.

Super leg stretcher

Thu 19 Mar 2020
10:00-15:00
Take on the challenge of a longer circular walk through the Clent Hills and countryside on this 10 mile walk.

History of the Hills

Wed 08 Apr 2020
10:00-13:00
Discover more about the history of the Clent Hills on a 5-mile ramble led by our knowledgeable guides.
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Eating

girl, woman and boy eating big sandwiches outside on a picnic bench

Refuel on your visit to the Clent Hills 

After a long walk there's nothing better than some hearty food and drink to fill you back up again. The cafe at Nimmings Wood Car Park is famous for the food it has on offer. Or bring your own for a picnic with some of the best views around.

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Our work

Conservation at Clent

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Learning

GAP volunteer in action at Clent Hills

Visiting us with your school 

The Clent Hills provide a rich environment for learning for all ages.