Embark on an adventure amidst the stunning scenery of the Malvern Hills during the Malvern Walking Festival. The festival runs from Saturday 25th May to Sunday 2nd June 2024. With nine days of themed and guided walks, immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the area while exploring its diverse landscapes.

Start Locations and Times:

Regardless of the weather, the dedicated walk leaders will be at the start point ready to guide you through the trails. Whether rain or shine, rest assured that your safety is top priority.

What to Wear and Bring:

Prepare for your adventure by wearing appropriate footwear and clothing suitable for the weather conditions and terrain. Walking boots and waterproofs are recommended, ensuring you remain comfortable throughout your journey. Don’t forget to pack refreshments such as water and snacks to keep your energy up along the way. Some walks offer opportunities for tea breaks or pub lunches, enhancing your experience amidst the picturesque surroundings.


Please be aware that dogs are not permitted on any walk unless otherwise stated.

Colwall Park Hotel Offer:

Tel: 01684 540000

Extend your adventure with a relaxing stay with us at Colwall Park Hotel, nestled on the sunny western flank of the Malvern Hills. Enjoy 30% off your accommodation, inclusive of a hearty breakfast. Indulge in the comfort of our 22 individually decorated bedrooms, cosy bar area and fabulous restaurant. You can book this offer by phone or through our website using the code ‘WALK2024’.

Email: hotel@colwall.com

Website: www.colwall.co.uk

Picking the Right Walk Difficulty:

The walks are graded by difficulty, catering to various fitness levels and preferences. Whether you prefer a leisurely stroll or a challenging ascent, there’s a walk for everyone. Refer to the difficulty table on the website to select the walk that best aligns with your fitness level and desired experience.Immerse yourself in nature, explore scenic trails, and create lasting memories whilst staying with us at Colwall Park Hotel.

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