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Herefordshire beacon is varied, craggy and rugged at the top, fertile woodland further down which makes for great walks.
Due to being the only hills for miles around the views are spectacular and you can see the Wrekin to the North East and the distant...More
As well as Herefordshire Beacon, this place is also known as British Camp. From the car park there is a choice of routes up from fairly gentle gradient to quite steep. Once up top the views on a clear day are amazing all day but...More
Hansard commented 150 years ago that this is the fairest view in the Kingdom. It truly is magnificent and there are lots of paths and ways up but bear in mind it will be a little steep somewhere. It is worth heading on South fo...More
Made a small detour to stop off here on our way back home from Coleford and pleased we did. We all needed to stretch our legs and we did a quick loop from the car park to the top and back down. Dog loved it...More
Walking from the large car park by the hotel, then up to the top of the Beacon. Such views from up there, see for miles. Then I walked onwards to complete about a 1.5 hour walk in total along the ridge then about turn. It...More