Herefordshire Trail

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Start: Ledbury
Distance: 154 miles (248 km)
Grid Ref: SO710377
 
Climbing: 5,278 metres
Walk time: 65-77 hours
Days: 10-14

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Herefordshire Trail is a long distance walking route which makes a circuit of the county while visiting five market towns, many delightful villages and Herefordshire's attractive and fertile countryside which varies from the Malvern Hills in the east to the Black Mountains in the west. The trail also makes its way across rich arable land and through apple orchards, hopfields, woodland and river valleys. From beginning to end the trail which begins and ends in Ledbury visits Putley, Ross-on-Wye, Peterstow, King's Caple, Little Dewchurch, Wormelow Tump, ilpeck, Bagwyllydiart, White Rocks, Kentchurch, Pontrilas, Ewyas Harold, Abbey Dore, St Margarets, Golden Valley, Peterchurch, Dorstone, the Wye Valley, Little Merthyr, Eardisley, Kington, Offa's Dyke, Titley, Upper Kinsham, Lingen, Harley's Mountain, Brampton Bryan, Leintwardine, Bringewood, Burrington, Richards Castle, Orleton, Luston, Eyton, Leominster, Pudleston, Hatfield, Edwyn Ralph, Bromyard, Bishops Frome, Bosbury and Wellington Heath.

Useful Links:
Herefordshire Trail Guides
The Herefordshire Trail Website
Long Distance Walkers Association


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