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Ankerdine Hill

1 miles (1 km)

Climb to this hill in Knightwick on this walk in the Malvern Hills. There's a nice waterside stretch along the River Teme, woodland trails and great views from the high points.
The circular walk starts in the village of Knightwick and heads to Horsham Farm along the River Teme. You then climb through Hay Wood to Ankerdine Hill which reaches a height of well over 400ft. On the hill there's some nice woodland trails and great views over the Worcestershire countryside.
This walk uses part of the Worcestershire Way to climb the hill. You could pick up the trail to extend your walk. Heading north will take you to Woodbury Hill while heading south will take you to Ravenshill Wood.
The hill is also just south of the village of Martley where you can visit the interesting Norman Church and pick up the Martley Circular Walk. The waymarked trail visits the attractive orchards and woodland surrounding the village.

Ankerdine Hill OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

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Photos

Knightwick and Ankerdine Hill - geograph.org.uk - 689753

Knightwick and Ankerdine Hill

View across to Lusley Church and Ankerdine Hill - geograph.org.uk - 56088

View north across the Teme valley to Ankerdine Hill, Wrocestershire. St Giles' House (formerly St Giles' Church), Lulsley, is just to the right of the electricity pylon in the centre of the picture. Ankerdine Hill is on the left in the distance.

Ankerdine Hill - geograph.org.uk - 1690767

The hill viewed across arable land from the Three Choirs Way to the north of Broadwas on Teme.

St Mary's, Knightwick - geograph.org.uk - 556776

St Mary's, Knightwick. The church was built and consecrated in 1855 and opened in 1856 as the parish church for the newly merged parish of Knightwick with Doddenham. It replaced the former separate parish churches for Knightwick (also called St Mary's on the site of Knightwick Chapel and Doddenham (St Andrew's, which was subsequently demolished). The church is built with Ankerdine stone (from the hill of the same name immediately to the north of the church) and faced with Bromyard Downs stone.

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