Spring walks in Worcestershire and Herefordshire

The woodlands and parks of Worcestershire are the ideal place to get out and enjoy nature this spring.

A family walking in the woods at Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire

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Our gardens, parks, cafés, shops, countryside locations and many houses are open. You no longer need to pre-book at many places. Some still require booking ahead, so please check the property webpage before you travel.​

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Spring walk at Croome near Worcester 

Croome springs to life and is a great time to enjoy a leisurely circular walk with a chance to discover the outer parkland taking in the flora and fauna beginning to emerge with our downloadable trail.

A misty morning at Hanbury Hall
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Enjoy a walk across Hanbury’s parkland’ 

Enjoy a short walk across Hanbury's parkland.

Late afternoon autumn light through the trees at Croft Ambrey, Herefordshire
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Croft Ambrey walk at Croft Castle near Leominster 

This trail takes in woodland, fields and an Iron Age hillfort.

Swans on the lake
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Berrington lake and parkland walk 

Enjoy an array of seasonal wildlife around the lake, including birds, fish, and insects.

An impressive ancient tree overlooks the parkland

Carriage rides walk - Yellow Route

Follow the almost 4 mile historic route of the Georgian carriage rides, this is our longest walk and involves several steep climbs. This walk will take up to two and a half hours.


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