The Geopark Way is a 109 mile walking trail through the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark. It extends from Bridgnorth in the north to Gloucester in the south, and throughout the trail the spectacular scenery is showcased through the historical frame of 700 million years as you step on the ancient rocks which form this landscape.
The four counties of Shropshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire are spanned throughout the Geopark Way which combines and straddles sections of upland and lowland Britain with their diverse underlay of rocks. Upland Britain has the hill ranges of Abberley, Suckley and the Malverns with May Hill in the south, and to the east the lowlands extend over the Severn Vale from the foot of the Malvern Hills.
The whole of the Geopark Way is a fascinating visit to the geological past with the additional benefits of spectacular scenery and historical sites and buildings – combining to provide a complete walker’s paradise in natural surroundings.
About Geopark Way
This 109 mile trail is a fascinating delve into the past 680 million years or thereabouts….through the Malvern Hills and Abberley Geopark, passing through millions of landscape years, and an amazing variety of urban and rural scenery.
Distance: Bridgnorth to Gloucester (109 miles) (175 km)
Duration: The trail can be completed in 9 days (10 nights) of walking. If you would prefer to shorten the trail and do just a few days, e.g., from Bridgnorth to Malvern, or from Malvern to Gloucester, please contact us and we will arrange accordingly.
Price: From £765 per person