Walks In Clent

The Clent hills offer multiple beautiful walks, and accessible bridleways to suit all abilities and time frames. These paths are shared by walkers, dog walkers, horses, and cyclists, with routes to suit all. From short strolls to adventurous hikes, you can plan to suit your mood!

With paths leading through woodlands and wild flower fields to the peak of the hills, you will find the historical Four Stones monument erected around 1763 by local workers of the landowner – George, Lord Lyttleton of Hagley Hall. From this point, stunning views can be taken in, and on a clear day, the Welsh Black Mountains can be seen on the horizon!

Dog Walks

Dogs are free to run around off-the-lead on this lovely circular walk, which takes in cool pools, muddy puddles, woods and open grassland.

Sunsets on the Four Stones

History Walk

A short route through woodland to the top of a hill where, on a clear day, the Welsh Black Mountains are visible on the horizon.

Nature's Harvest Walk

The hills offer a haven of peace and tranquillity, with beautiful woodland and plenty of wildlife to discover.

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Winter Walk

This short trail is perfect for a leisurely winter afternoon stroll with the family.

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