• Winter sun on Herefordshire Trail
  • Footbridge at Hole in the Wall near Ross on Wye
  • St Catherine's 'Italianate' Church Hoarwithy, Herefordshire
  • Black Pear walkers on the Herefordshire Trail

The Herefordshire Trail is a walk of approximately 154 miles through the county of Herefordshire, starting in the ancient market town of Ledbury and passing through the most picturesque black and white villages, spectacular rural scenery and a variety of characterful small towns, each with individual and fascinating histories and buildings.

The trail starts at the historic Market House in Ledbury and visits scenic Ross-on-Wye, situated peacefully on that tranquil and beautiful river, the village of Kilpeck with its famous and historic church carvings, the market town of Leominster with a wonderful Priory – containing amongst other quirky relics the last ducking stool used in England, and a wealth of superb scenery and fascinating villages, hamlets and market towns.

Although the Herefordshire Trail officially starts at Ledbury, the trail can be started at any point along the route and you can choose to do any section of the trail you wish.

About The Herefordshire Trail

The Herefordshire Trail is 154 miles around the Herefordshire countryside, passing through market towns and picturesque villages.

Distance: Circular trail from Ledbury via Ross-on-Wye, Kington and Leominster.

Duration: The trail can be completed in 15 days of walking (16 nights) but you can choose to do it in shorter stages.

Price: From £1185 per person

Prices based on two people sharing one room.

“Lovely holiday. Organisation faultless, no small detail forgotten. Nothing was too much trouble”

Wyche Way – May 2018

Jane Brown

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