The walk takes place in an area of Herefordshire known as the Woolhope Dome, a rim of hills and folds resulting from the underlying geology of Silurian limestone and will also take in part of Marcle Ridge. It is a walk graded as “moderate” with some steep slopes both up and down and a number of stiles to negotiate.
We recommend sturdy walking boots and possibly walking poles. Some footpaths could become muddy and slippery if it has been raining.
The walk is approximately 5.5 miles long and will take about three hour
Where to meet?
We will meet in the car park of The Crown Inn, Woolhope. (post code HR1 4QP/ SO 613357) We will return here after the walk.
Any arrangements for lunch?
A good lunch is available at The Crown Inn and arrangements will be made once we know the number of those participating.
Whether dogs would be welcome?
No dogs please on this walk.
Points of interest (historical, geological etc.)
The walk takes place in a unique natural amphitheatre with much of geological and historical interest.
The walk is being led by Bob Baldwin.
How do I join the walk?
Booking for this walk is open on TicketSource. There is no charge for participating in our walks but you do need to book a place on the walk. For further information, contact Clive Rayment on: email@example.com