Explore the most popular Views trails in Warwickshire with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
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off trail
2 days ago

Just a casual ride.

A bit confusing at times with where to go. A lot of the walk is through fields or along the edge of one, easy to see it being muddy after a days rain. Some pretty views. Quite overgrown with nettles in a few sections.

Fun, easily followed, lots of families

hiking
26 days ago

Nice walk, but very overgrown, especially at kissing gates etc. Interactive map essential

lovely afternoon walk, not too busy

Very easy to follow, if you are a solo Walker, there are lots of people around.

Loved this. Although we got a little bit lost after being chased through a field by little lambs! Got back on track and were blown away by having to walk through the middle of a field head height in rapeseed. Beautiful. Right on our doorstep too. Feeling blessed. Finished it off with a cold rhubarb gin and ginger ale at The Boot.

great views and enjoy doing the running events held here monthly

Thoroughly enjoyed this pretty walk. Excellent instructions. We lunched at the cafe in Packwood house.

hiking
3 months ago

Just getting back into some sort of fitness. Great place, busy at weekends. Good for general walking.

trail running
3 months ago

Nice scenic 4.6 mile loop. Paths all the way around but options to divert on to trails here and there. For the most part very flat. Parking £3. Look forward to doing this run again.

Really useful to have the the map available for this walk, as waymarkers are sometimes hard to see. Very enjoyable. Nice pint in The Swan in Coleshill at end if walk.

Super walk around Alcester. Nice drink and food at Arrow Mill also. Definitely recommend this walk. Ground is flat, good for dogs. Could get muddy in parts when wet. Lots of places to stop for drink / food in Alcester.

Enjoyable walk. Good underfoot and only took 3 hours. Need to walk it again as it was a foggy January morning with no views!

hiking
10 months ago

Saturday, May 05, 2018

Excellent walk. easy on the legs and beautiful cross country scenery.

Can be very muddy after wet weather

Great walk, lovely views. It was 9.35km long (according to my GPS), easy to follow directions. Quite flat however that last hill on the stretch of road was a little tiring but not hard. The tall grass over the fields made it a little hard going, good waterproof boots recommended. We got chased by some cows which made my heart race a bit, all part of the fun. Lovely all together and recommended! Nice to stop for a pint at the pub (hollybush inn) afterwards!!

Really nice walk, mixed walking, canals, woods and farmland Well worth a try.

Very nice walk with very good directions Did have dog some fields needed to be careful with livestock but no issues

Our first walk using the app. Great walk with excellent directions. Nice pint at Red Lion at the end.

Very pleasant walk, well marked and easy to follow. Chocolate box finish to the walk as you return to Hunningham and a very welcome glass of cider at the Red Lion on a warm day at the end.

Very pleasant, some livestock and nice river views (not the Lake District of course), circular walk with nice pubs "half way"

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Lovely walk even in the winter! Navigation Inn open all day for food. Instructions were spot on. GPS tracking tended to drain the battery somewhat on my phone.

We too came across the cows and we're not able to complete our walk. We skirted around the first field of cows, but the cows blocked our path next to the stile in the second field. We then turned back only to come face to face with the large bull on the way back. It was a bit scary, but we were fine. Had a nice meal in the Falcon afterwards.

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