Malvern Hills


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Malvern Hills,

range of hills, c.9 mi (14.5 km) long, W central England, in Herefordshire and Worcestershire. The highest points are the Worcester Beacon (1,395 ft/425 m) and the Hereford Beacon (1,114 ft/340 m); on the latter was an ancient British camp.
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The challenging walk saw the team sport waterproofs and walking boots in a hike from the Malvern Hills Hotel to the Beacon and back, taking in the natural landscapes, brambles and fountains of the hills.
To one end is an Aga and central island while the dining end enjoys views of the Malvern Hills and has French doors onto a large terrace and into the garden.
David Prentice on the Malvern hills he was so fond of painting.
The gruelling hike started at the Malvern Hills Hotel and the team battled October squalls and periods of heavy rain on their journey to the Beacon and back.
On the first floor is an elegant and beautifully proportioned panelled master bedroom with a private balcony shrouded with white wisteria overlooking the garden and the British Camp - the principal peak of the Malvern Hills.
Despite foot and mouth restrictions, about one third of the Malvern Hills was accessible.
It sits in a semi-rural location on the edge of the hamlet of Gilberts End, near Hanley Castle, and enjoys views of the Malvern Hills.
The main course will be accompanied by awardwinning Hogan's Cider, produced in the Malvern Hills.
THE excellent account by Peter Surtees of his trip to Lourdes (Telegraph, Sept 2) reminded me of one of our walks on the Malvern Hills.
So Malvern Hills Conservators laid 400 yards of path costing pounds 150.
ON May 20, Neula Graham will be joined by about 70 other walkers to climb to the top of Malvern Hills, in Worcestershire, to release pink balloons in memory of Sarah who loved the colour pink.