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Bewdley, Wyre Forest Walk Scenery – Worcestershire Walks – Tour England Walking Holidays UK

Bewdley, Wyre Forest Walk Scenery – Worcestershire Walks – Tour England Walking Holidays UK

Enjoy some great Bewdley, Wyre Forest Walk scenery with relaxing music to see if you fancy Worcestershire Walks whilst on tour England Walking Holidays UK. Along the walk you visit Bewdley, the River Severn, part of the Worcestershire Way and the Wyre Forest; Dowles Brook in a lovely steep-sided, wooded valley; Shelf Held Coppice, Long Bank and St Leonard’s Church at Ribbesford; and the Coffin Route. Scenery includes: views of the banks of the River Severn; a lovely brook and wooded valley; great woodland; a fabulous church and graveyard; crop fields, pastures and meadows. You may also see swans and ducks on the River Severn; plus sheep in fields.

Bewdley, Wyre Forest Walk Scenery

Route finding can be a little tricky in the forest due to lack of landmarks, otherwise navigation was straight forward. The terrain was relatively flat and fairly easy to traverse. The forest sections were slightly undulating and there were a few moderate inclines and descents. Starting and ending in Bewdley, you visit the River Severn, part of the Worcestershire Way and Wyre Forest; Dowles Brook along a delightful, narrow, steep-sided and thickly wooded valley; Shelf Held Coppice, Long Bank and St Leonard’s Church at Ribbesford; and the Coffin Route. Scenery includes: views of the banks of the River Severn; a lovely brook and wooded valley; lovely woodland; a fabulous church and graveyard; crop fields, pastures and meadows. You may also see swans and ducks on the River Severn; plus sheep in fields.

Bewdley

Bewdley is an attractive Georgian town beside the River Severn in the Severn Valley, Worcestershire. Being a Georgian town, Bewdley has several seventeenth and eighteenth century houses. There is also St Anne’s Church, most of which dates back to the eighteenth century. There is also the stylish Bewdley Bridge constructed by Thomas Telford to span the River Severn and The Severn Valley Steam Railway headquarters. The Wyre Forest surrounds Bewdley town with several public footpaths and cycle routes passing through the well-preserved woodlands.

Wyre Forest

Bewdley, Wyre Forest Walk Scenery - Worcestershire Walks - Tour England Walking Holidays UK

Wyre Forest used to be a medieval royal hunting ground which covered a large area Shropshire and Worcestershire between Bridgnorth and Worcester. Today it is much smaller, consisting partly of conifer plantations with many areas of wonderful deciduous woodlands. The forest covers 6,000 acres, 2800 of which are managed by the Forestry Commission. It is one of Britain’s biggest ancient woodlands and much of it has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

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