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PPPs 13 - 18

PPP 13- KNIGHTWICK

 

Knightwick is situated just on the other side of the Malvern Hills. It lends itself to quite undulating terrain and you can easily mix quite lanes with the bridlepaths and tracks that cross the area. Lovely views from the higher points.

 

 

 

PPP 14 - CLIFTON UP TEME

 

The PPP at Clifton Upon Teme allows us to ride through the village (an excellent example of an Anglo-Saxon settlement overlooking the River Teme) and on over the rolling hills and valleys of the Teme Valley. You can also incorporate the local areas, such as the Shelseys and the Sapeys.

 

 

 

PPP 15 - CASTLEMORTON COMMON

 

The Malvern Hills are set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. From our PPP you can stay low level over the commons, or trek up and over the hills. You can reach the outskirts of Eastnor Castle, or admire the beautiful Gullet Quarry Lake. You choice of rides are vast from this PPP.

 

 

 

PPP 16 - CROWLE

 

From here you can head towards Upton Snodsbury, or over to Hunnington and the three fords. Many bridlepaths and coutry lanes make for many options of circular routes.

 

 

 

PPP 17 - WICHENFORD

 

You can easily access Rog Hill from here, which on a clear day will give you views of Clee Hill. Bridlepaths criss cross all around this area, complimented by a network of lanes. Plenty of variety to choose from

 

 

 

PPP 18 - BREDON HILL

 

Good access to Bredon and Castle Hills from this parking place. Lots of bridlepaths to explore and hill to climb.