Herefordshire Accessible Countryside for everyone. Accessible walks and trails for those in wheelchairs, mobility scooters, those unable to use stiles.
These walks are clearly waymarked & take in local heritage features such as hills & sites of historic interest.
15 circular walks throughout Herefordshire.
Circular Walks in Herefordshire
The Herefordshire Trail is a circular trail, approximately 154 miles, created by the Herefordshire Ramblers Association. Guidebook available from Leominster TIC.
The Herefordshire Trail
Herefordshire Ramblers have published a range of walks throughout the county. Join your local group for led walks.
Come and escape in Mortimer Forest! Straddling the Shropshire and Herefordshire border this forest is a perfect place for some breathing space.
Mortimer Forest Walks
The Mortimer Trail runs a total of 30
Miles from Ludlow to Kington. Passing through the North Herefordshire landscape through ridges, valleys and unspoilt countryside. Guidebook available from Leominster TIC.
The Mortimer Trail
The Offas Dyke Path is a national trail following the English/Welsh border for 177 miles. Within a 20-30 minute drive from Leominster.
Offas Dyke Path
Queenswood Country Park, near Leominster. In addition to the many paths for more intrepid explorers, there are a number of waymarked trails of differing lengths accessible to all abilities.
Queenswood Walks & Trails
The Weobley Heritage Trail will take visitors on a passage through time. Download a map of the trail and audio files that explain each section of the trail.
The Weobley Heritage Trail
Leominster Walking for Health meet 4 times a week. All walks last approximately 1 hour.
Walking for Health
The Wyche Way is a 79 mile walk connecting The Cotswold Way to The Offa’s Dyke long distance trail. The walk starts in Kington Herefordshire and finishes near Broadway Worcestershire. Guide book available.
The Wyche Way
Our guides will bring Leominster Country to life, either by walking or guiding on coaches throughout the Black and White villages.