Discover carpets of bluebells

bluebells carpeting the floor in woodland

From late April until mid May the Clent Hills are carpeted with bluebells.

You can find bluebells in lots of areas on the hills. One of the best spots is in the valley behind the Four Stones, where the sides of the valley are covered in bluebells, and the woods at the bottom of the valley are also carpeted in them. If you'd like to go further off the beaten track and discover more bluebell woods then head over to Walton Hill.

Our volunteers are running guided Bluebell Walks, which are around 6 miles long, on Sunday 29th April and Wednesday 9th May from 10am - 1pm. The walks leave from the cafe at Nimmings Wood Car Park and cost £2 per person. They can be strenuous in parts so please come prepared and wearing sturdy walking boots and appropriate outdoor clothing. As we often go though fields with lambs in we're afraid we can't take dogs on these walks. There is no need to book, just turn up on the day.

Upcoming events

Hidden Stories Ramble

Sun 27 May 2018
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.

Get Geocaching

Tue 29 May 2018
11:00-13:00
Have a go on the hi-tech treasure hunting craze. Learn how to use our GPS units to find a series of boxes that we have hidden around the Hills.

Spring into Summer ramble

Wed 13 Jun 2018
10:00-13:00
Enjoy watching the seasons change on this sociable 5 mile ramble around the Clent Hills.

Ramble with a Ranger

Wed 11 Jul 2018
10:00-13:00
Find out all about our conservation work and the wildlife of the hills on this 5 mile ramble led by one of our rangers.

Summer Play Trails

Sat 21 Jul 2018
09:00-16:00
Create your own adventures and have fun exploring the hills. Trails and challenges change each week and include a small prize.

Summertime Ramble

Wed 08 Aug 2018
10:00-13:00
See Clent in the height of summer and find out about summers long ago on this 5 mile ramble.