The wide open sky above and the world before you – the view from the top is always worth it.
The reservoir bank is the place to drink in the tawny colours of Bodbury Hill before taking in a view of the reservoir.
What could be better than standing 1,695ft (517m) high, watching the clouds stretch across the peak of Mam Tor? Not much.
Old ley lines will take you towards the site of the first major battle of the Civil War in 1642. The tranquillity at this spot as you gaze at the Malvern Hills is a chance for reflection.
As well as offering the seemingly endless hills of the Derwent Valley, this is one of the few places in England to look out for the hardy mountain hare.
Listen to your footsteps bouncing off the banks of the green valley, before reaching a 5,000-year-old ancient ridgeway.
Begin in the golden fields before reaching the ridge of Edge Hill, 700 feet from sea level. Your reward is looking out at the green rolling hills of North Warwickshire.
There’s something soothing about this waterfall drumming away while the green hills of Caer Caradoc lie before you.
This trail takes in woodland, fields and an Iron Age hillfort deep in Herefordshire countryside.
These places meant something special to others, who walked, loved and knew them completely. Discover their stories and see the world around you with different eyes.
The outdoor places we look after are living breathing worlds. These walks are a chance to glimpse Mother Nature in her element.
For walks filled with birdsong and the sound of the wind dancing in the trees.
Walking by water is a surefire shortcut to happiness. Whet your appetite with these top riverside strolls.