The object of this website is to provide visitor information about walking and cycling on and around Bredon Hill with some information on accommodation and places to eat and drink. With the intention of you getting the most of your time around this beautiful part of Worcestershire. The finished site should provide a circular walk starting and finishing from each of the villages around the Hill, with some some maps and photographs. This will take a several months to compile, please bare with us.
Bredon Hill is a haven for walkers and cyclists alike. The varied landscape of Bredon Hill provides features and sites of interest for everyone to enjoy. The Hill is the largest outlying hill of the Cotswold’s and is wholly located in the county Worcestershire, it rises to 981 feet with a folly at the top taking the total height to 1000 ft. It is one of the 176 classified Marilyns of England. Situated within sight of Pershore, Evesham and Tewkesbury it dominates the skyline from all approaches.
The hill has a variety of paths and trails that provide opportunities for circular walks and point to point adventures if transport can be arranged. From the summit you have the wonderful panoramic views of the Cotswold escarpment, Vale of Evesham, the Malvern hills and the Severn Valley
The recently revised Wychavon way crosses Bredon Hill from the north west to south east (depending which way you are walking) with the path rising from Great Comberton down to Ashton Under Hill.
When walking on Bredon Hill please respect all rights of way and paths and observe the countryside code.
All rights and permissions to access Bredon Hill rest with the relevant owners of the land and not this web site.