• Upton Bridge on the Wyche Way
  • Worcestershire Beacon on the Wyche Way
  • St Johns Church on the Wyche Way
  • View from the Malverns
    View from the Malverns
  • The Malverns from Bromyard

The Wyche Way is an 80 mile walk connecting Offa’s Dyke to the Cotswold Way, starting in Kington in Herefordshire and heading east towards the Cotswolds, slicing through the Malvern Hills at the Wyche Cutting, used in the middle ages for transporting salt from Droitwich Spa to South Wales.

The route is a fascinating and scenic one, encompassing as it does such a variety of rural landscapes, starting with the gentle undulations of the Herefordshire countryside, approaching the foothills of the majestic Malverns and then descending to the Severn Plain before rising again to the heights of Bredon Hill which approach the Cotswold Hills from the south-west.

About The Wyche Way

This 79 mile walk connects Offa’s Dyke, the famous dividing line between England and Wales, to the Cotswold Way in the heart of England. It covers a wonderful range of rural landscapes, and has everything the walker could desire in terms of variety.

Distance: Kington to Broadway (80 miles) (129 km)

Duration: The trail can be completed in either 7 days (8 nights) or in two stages: Kington to Malvern and Malvern to Broadway (3 days, 4 nights).

Price: From £625 per person (8 nights)

Prices based on two people sharing one room.

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The Wyche Way