Walks in Worcestershire and Herefordshire

The places we care for in Herefordshire and Worcestershire have some great walks and trails for you to try. From short strolls to lengthy rambles there's a walk to suit everyone.

A summer morning at Croome

Walks at Croome 

Would you like to explore more of our acres of parkland? Download one of our many walks to help you discover somewhere new including woodlands, follies and wide open spaces with far reaching views.

The ancient trees in summer at Croft Castle in Herefordshire

Walks at Croft Castle and Parkland

Pop on your walking boots, bring along your four-legged friend and stretch your legs in Croft's 1500 acre parkland. From an Iron Age hill fort to restored valleys, there is so much to discover here.

Berrington Hall seen from the south West across the lake 

Walks at Berrington Hall

Stroll around Berrington Hall's landscape, which was created by 'Capability' Brown, the man known as 'England's Greatest Gardener'.

Visitors walking down the grass slope towards the gates in the parkland

Walks at Hanbury

Pull on your walking boots, wrap up warm and head off on a crisp autumn walk around the parkland at Hanbury. Follow one of our downloadable walking trails, all starting in the Stableyard.

misty view of the parkland at Brockhampton
Walking trail

Brockhampton Estate wildlife walk 

Listen for woodpeckers, smell wild flowers, and keep an eye out for all sorts of insects on this easy trail around the estate.

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