Twelve walks of Christmas in the Midlands

The twelve days of Christmas are the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy a wintry walk in the Midlands. here's one for each of the twelve days.

View in the snow from the Pipe walk to Bodbury Hill
Walking trail

A walk to the top of the Long Mynd 

This walk takes you to the head of Carding Mill Valley and up to the highest point of the Long Mynd. From the top you can take in fantastic views across Shropshire, and beyond.

A snowy hill top looking out at a snow covered landscaped and snow-capped hills
Walking trail

Clent Hills winter walk 

This short walk is perfect for a winter afternoon family stroll and leads through woodland to the top of the hill, where on a clear day the Welsh Black Mountains are visible.

Snowy moorland field at Longshaw
Walking trail

Explore winter in the wild Peak District at Longshaw 

Wrap up warm and follow the course of Burbage Brook through the ancient Padley Wood.

Berrington hall in winter
Walking trail

Explore Brown’s final landscape 

Enjoy a great winter walk at Berrington Hall and escape the hustle and bustle of modern day life.

Clumber Lake in winter
Walking trail

Clumber Winter Views 

Starting from the centre of Clumber Park, relax on this easy ramble and take in the spectacular winter views of Clumber lake, the parkland and Hardwick village.

View of Upton garden terraces in the frost
Walking trail

‘What a view’ walk from Upton House and Gardens 

Enjoy a short circular walk from Upton House car park to the Edge for arable ambling, panoramic vistas, big skies and the frisson of a historic battle.

A frosty winter's day at Calke Abbey in Derbyshire
Walking trail

Reflections trail at Calke Abbey 

Take in the beautiful views of the original drive and discover hidden views and reflections on this amble through Calke's ancient parkland.

Wellies at croome
Walking trail

Winter welly walk at Croome near Worcester 

Put on your boots and get outdoors and explore Croome in all its glory with this wonderful winter welly walk

Explore the Peak District this winter
Walking trail

Ilam Park to the Stepping Stones in Dovedale 

Discover the limestone countryside of the southern Peak District, famed for its wildlife and geology on an easy walk to Dovedale valley. On the River Dove you might spot ducks, dippers, heron or brown trout.

Buck in the winter
Walking trail

Belton Park walk 

Walk through Belton's ancient woodland to see the wildlife that call this parkland home, and keep a look out for the site of a deserted medieval village.

Frost covers the park and pond as the winter sun rises in the background
Walking trail

Attingham Park river reflections walk 

Admire the changing colours of the landscape and skies reflected in the river Tern.

winter on mill pool dudmaston
Walking trail

Three Pools Walk at Dudmaston 

Take a steady walk around our three pools at Dudmaston.


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