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British Camp Malvern Hill Walking Scenery – Herefordshire Walks – Tour England Walking Holidays UK

British Camp Malvern Hill Walking Scenery – Herefordshire Walks – Tour England Walking Holidays UK

Enjoy some great British Camp Malvern hill walking scenery with relaxing music to see if you fancy Herefordshire Walks whilst on tour England Walking Holidays UK. Along the walk you visit: Broad Down and Hangman’s Hill; Swinyard Hill, The Gullet and Midsummer Hill; Hollybush and Ragged Stone Hill; Whiteleaved Oak and Chase End Hill; Gullet Wood and Swinyard Hill; Millennium Hill and Herefordshire Beacon with Britsh Camp at the summit. Scenery includes: lovely open views of the countrtyside from several hills; plus views of hills and woodland.

British Camp Malvern Hill Walking Scenery

Route finding is easy with very good waymarking and obvious landmarks. The terrain includes: woodland and hill paths and tracks; some short turf; hills which were sometimes steep; plus some short lane and road sections. Starting and ending in the British Camp car park not far from Little Malvern, you visit Broad Down and Hangman’s Hill; the eastern side of Swinyard Hill; The Gullet and Midsummer Hill; Hollybush and Ragged Stone Hill; Whiteleaved Oak and Chase End Hill; Gullet Wood and Swinyard Hill; Millennium Hill and Herefordshire Beacon with Britsh Camp at the summit. Scenery includes: lovely open views of the countrtyside from several hills; plus views of hills and woodland.

Herefordshire Beacon

At 338 metres or 1,109 feet high, Herefordshire Beacon is one of the hills of the Malvern Hills has the British Camp Iron Age hill fort at its summit. Herefordshire Beacon is said to have been the inspiration for Weathertop in the books of “Lord of the Rings” by JRR Tolklen.

British Camp Malvern

British Camp Malvern Hill Walking Scenery - Herefordshire Walks - Tour England Walking Holidays UK

British Camp is a spectacular Iron Age hill fort on the top of Herefordshire Beacon which is protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument and is owned and maintained by Malvern Hills Conservators. The fort is thought to have initially been built in the 2nd century BC. A Norman castle was also constructed on the site. There are extensive earthworks that still remain clearly visible which define the hill’s shape, similar to an enormous wedding cake.

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