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BIKING AND WALKING THE AREA
BREDON HILL, an area designated as an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, crisscrossed with Footpaths and Bridleways where you can spend all day riding and exploring, is accessed straight out of our gate.
Why not take a picnic or drop down to one of the pubs around the base of the hill. It's all open farmland with paths and some nice banks for a canter. The views all around are stunning.
Ride an e-bike up (single track) or your road bike around (silent country lanes) Bredon Hill! It's also an excellent spot for road cycles with calm country lanes. Why not test your speed and stamina on the 16-mile road loop round the bottom of Bredon Hill?
At the top by The Banbury Stone, you are about 970 ft above sea level (which is visible down the Severn Estuary to the southwest). To the east, the Cotswolds are very close, to the south Cleeve Common above Cheltenham racecourse is visible fronted by Dumbleton Hill.
Across the Rivers Severn and Avon, you can see the Welsh Mountains and The Forest of Dean. Due west you can watch the sun set behind the iconic Malvern Hills and round to the north-west you can see as far as the Abberley Hills and Clee Hill above Ludlow. It's a lot to take in whilst enjoying the beauty and peace of Bredon Hill itself.
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