Black and White Trail

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Start: Leominster Station
Distance: 43 miles (69 km)
Grid Ref: SO502589
 
Climbing: 741 metres
Walk time: 17-21 hours
Days: 2-4

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Black and White Trail is a route for walkers through the villages between Leominster and Kington, an area characterised by the large number of timbered and half-timbered buildings. The landscape is generally undulating farmland, and provides good views of the surrounding hill ranges. From the start at Leominister Station the walk, when taken in a clockwise course, visits Newtown, Ivington, Ivington Green, Coldharbour, Stretford, Dorstone, Dilwyn, Weobley, Whitehill, Little Sarnesfield, Sarnesfield Coppice, Woonton, Almeley, Eardisley, Holywell Dingle, Queest Moor, Upper Spond, Woodbrook, Kington, Tramway Pool, Offa's Dyke, Holme Marsh, Moorcot, Nutfield, Pembridge, Eardisland and Cobnash before returning to Leominster.


Useful Links:
The Black and White Trail
Leominister Tourism
Long Distance Walkers Association


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