Enjoy some great Clent Hills hill walking scenery with relaxing music to see if you fancy Worcestershire Walks whilst on tour England Walking Holidays UK. Along the walk you visit: Nimmings Lane Visitor Centre and Adam’s Hill; Clent Village and Clent Church; Calcot Farm, Walton Hill and Saint Kenelm’s Church. Scenery includes: lovely open countryside views with towns and villages; Clent Village with some lovely dwellings and Clent Church; plus the quaint Saint Kenelm’s Church. In the local field and pastures you may see horses, cattle and sheep.
Clent Hills Hill Walking Scenery
Route finding was easy with clear paths and tracks and good waymarking. The terrain includes some steep and moderate ascents and descents; some woodland paths; hill and broad scenic ridge paths; coutry road and lane sections; part of the North Worcestershire Path; crop field and pasture paths; plus some tracks. Starting and ending at Nimmings Lane Visitor Centre, you visit Adam’s Hill with its triangulation pillar, a toposcope and Four Stones; Clent Village, Clent Church and Calcot Farm; Walton Hill and Saint Kenelm’s Church. Scenery includes: fine open views of the surrounding countryside and towns and villages; the lovely Clent Village and Clent Church plus the quaint Saint Kenelm’s Church; plus local dwellings. You may also see horses, cattle and sheep in the local field and pastures.
Clent Hills are in Clent, located 10 miles to the south west of Birmingham city centre in Worcestershire, England. The two main Clent Hills are Adam’s Hill at 304 metres and Walton Hill at 315 metres. These hills have impressive ridge sections that give broad views. The summit of Adams’s Hill is topped by a triangulation pillar, a toposcope and Four Stones and provides outstanding views of the surrounding areas. Apparently, although the Four Stones look authentic, they are not a prehistoric circle but are in fact a folly which were placed there by an owner of nearby Hagley Hall during the 18th-century. The bare and often windy summits of the Clent Hills are a traditional Bank Holiday and Sunday afternoon destination for countryside lovers of Birmingham and the Black Country areas.