The Clent and Walton Hills both rise over 1000 feet above the midland plain, giving breathtaking and beautiful views as far as the Cotswolds and Welsh boarders. Less than 8 miles from Birmingham city centre, their breezy summits and open spaces have attracted generations of West Midlands visitors. Today the national trust protects and cares around 440 acres for everyone to enjoy.
As you walk through "Horse's Mane Woodland", you'll pass lots of old beech "pollards". These are 250 year old trees which were cut just above head height so that they sprouted a mass of branches low down, providing food for livestock. Today, they are home to insects, beetles and nesting birds.
THERE IS PLENTY TO DO AND SEE!