*Malvern Hills Ramble



Starting from the Wyche car park we climbed steadily and fairly steeply to the summit of Worcestershire Beacon for our tea break.  The clear and sunny sky gave us stunning views all around, stretching for miles.  Descending north to the col between Worcestershire Beacon and the Sugarloaf led us on to Lady Howard de Walden’s Drive which goes all around North Hill. This fantastic track has only just been made possible for scooters to use thanks to work done by the Malvern Hills Trust which owns the land and works hard to improve access for all visitors.  Lunch was taken at the Sugarloaf Café before climbing back up to Worcestershire Beacon and so on down to our cars or, for some of us, tea and cake at Café H2O.  A really special ramble made possible thanks to the Malvern Hills Trust. We were delighted that Beck Baker, Community & Conservation Officer from the Trust came with us on the ramble and so could see the enjoyment that the ramble gave to our seven scooter riders and nine walkers – which included our friend Marika who is severely sight impaired and who was ably led around the hills by Beck. Our thanks again to her and the Trust.

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