The Malvern Hills has been hailed as one of the best places to walk in Britain.

In a poll conducted by who? Worcestershire Lookout Hills is on our list of the 51 best hiking trails in the country.

Malvern Hills is 15 km from the interconnected hills of Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

The highest elevation points are Worcestershire Beacon 425 m, then North Hill 397 m and British Camp Hill 338 m.

Pedestrian paths (you can also take your dog with you) are open the entire length of the slopes, and cyclists only have to use the terrain with designated trails.

The hills offer a beautiful view of the city and its surroundings. It is a very good place for a picnic for the whole family and to have a good time in nature. It does not take any special effort to climb to the highest point of the hill.

The best place to start climbing is the Great Malvern. It’s a town in Worcestershire, you can park your car there and walk along the stairs to ST Ann’s Well Coffee Shop.

If you want to walk uphill from one end to the other, you should start at the Clock Tower North parking lot (North Malvern Road) or Hollybush in the South End (A438 Ledbury to Tewkesbury Road).

There is also a designated disabled parking space and easy track access at Black Car Park.

Readers of Consumer Magazine and the Who? Share their favorite itineraries. A total of 51 tracks were selected.

One road in the Midlands was Malvern Hills, which ranked 33 out of 51.

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The top five included:

1. Malham Cove and Jordal Scar, Yorkshire

2. The Botallack Mine Walk, Cornwall

3. Orchid Peninsula, Cornwall

4. Helvellyn, Lake District

5. Batmir, Lake District