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Contributor: Kim Walton
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Living at the foot of the Malvern Hills,Worcestershire,is a great pleasure.

The Hills stretch from North hill in Malvern across the Hereford boundary and down towards Eastnor.They are the only hills in Britain with there own act of Parliament protecting them.

The Malverns are also the oldest hills in Europe,made of some of the hardest granite ,and host several Spa wells which were the main reason for Malverns growth in Victorian days. The hills rise off the Severn valley plain for 1100 feet(Worcestershire beacon)

There are numerous level paths (well gravelled easy walking) contouring the hills and some extremely steep ones. Mountain bikes are allowed on some parts of the hills too. Car parking is available on the view points. There are 3 good pubs along the 8+ mile ridge.

End Hill 1,079 ft 329 m
Table Hill 1,224 ft 373 m
North Hill 1,303 ft 397 m
Sugarloaf Hill 1,207 ft 368 m
Worcestershire Beacon 1,395 ft 425 m
Summer Hill 1,253 ft 382 m
Perseverance Hill 1,066 ft 325 m
Jubilee Hill 1,073 ft 327 m
Pinnacle Hill 1,174 ft 358 m
Black Hill (north) 1,011 ft 308 m
Black Hill (south) 886 ft 270 m
Herefordshire Beacon (British Camp) 1,109 ft 338 m
Millennium Hill 1,073 ft 327 m
Broad Down 958 ft 292 m
Hangman's Hill 906 ft 276 m
Swinyard Hill 889 ft 271 m
Midsummer Hill 932 ft 284 m
Hollybush Hill 794 ft 242 m
Raggedstone Hill (east top) 820 ft 250 m
Raggedstone Hill (west top) 833 ft 254 m
Chase End Hill 625 ft 191 m

Malvern Hills Images

A view from The Worcestershire Beacon looking back towards West Malvern
A View from North Hill towards the Herefordshire Beacom(British Camp)
Winter sunset from Sugar loaf hill.
The Wytch Cutting looking towards Bredon across the severn Valley.
Castlemorton common,looking along the hills(south to North)
Low light shot fromWytch cutting towards Herefordshire Beacon.

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