The Worcestershire Way is a 31 mile route (50 km) which extends south from the beautiful little Georgian town of Bewdley to the splendidly situated victorian spa town of Great Malvern, world famous for its mineral water, its association with Sir Edward Elgar and its production of the handmade Morgan motor car.
It is a fabulously inspiring and varied trail which passes through a rich diversity of landscape, from peaceful riverside walks on the River Severn to woods and copses rich in ancient varieties of tree species which hum and chirp cheerfully with birdlife throughout the year.
This landscape was the inspiration for Sir Edward Elgar, the most English of composers, who spent much of his life in and around this beautiful area.
Along the valley of the River Teme, ancient woodlands and scenic ridges overlooking spectacular countryside are interspersed with villages and hamlets, farms, beautiful old country churches and many traditional pubs where you can stop and sample a local brew and a taste of Worcestershire cuisine.
About The Worcestershire Way
This 31 mile walking trail is a diverse and attractive route which winds from north to south, covering a wide variety of landscapes and terrains. Riverside walking, hill climbs and diverse woodlands all feature here – something for everyone!
Distance: Bewdley to Great Malvern 31 miles (50km)
Duration: 4 nights and 3 walking days (optional extra day in Malvern)
Price: From £345 per person