GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Belbroughton Walks

3 miles (5.4 km)

This pretty village is located in the Bromsgrove District of Worcestershire. There's some good country trails with local walking highlights including the splendid Clent Hills to the north and the peaceful Chaddesley Wood to the south. The village is also located close to the expansive Wyre Forest where there are miles of good walking and cycling trails and the Button Oak Meadow Nature Reserve to explore.
This circular walk from the village visits neighbouring Drayton using the public footpaths to the south and west of the settlement. On the way there's some nice countryside views and a waterside section along the pretty Drayton pool to enjoy.


DY9 9TG - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

Belbroughton OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Belbroughton Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Walks near Belbroughton

  • Stourbridge Canal - Enjoy an easy waterside walk along this pretty canal in the West Midlands
  • North Worcestershire Path - This walk runs from Bewdley to Shirley, West Midlands through four beautiful country parks.
    You start in Bewdley on the River Severn and follow the river to Upper Arley, passing Trimpley Reservoir and the delightful Arley Arboretumon the way
  • Clent Hills Country Park - This country park in Clent has miles of footpaths and bridleways with breathtaking panoramic views over the Cotswolds, Shropshire Hills and Welsh borders
  • Monarch's Way - This incredible 615-mile walk approximates the escape route taken by King Charles II in 1651 after being defeated in the Battle of Worcester
  • Chaddesley Wood - This circular walk takes you to the Chaddesley Wood nature reserve from the village of Chaddesley Corbett in the Wyre Forest District of Worcestershire
  • Waseley Hills Country Park - Waseley Hills is a country park and Local Nature Reserve located on the south western edge of Birmingham
  • Lickey Hills Country Park - Explore 524 acres of country park at Lickey Hills near Birmingham
  • Woodgate Valley Country Park - A short route around the delightful Woodgate Valley Country Park in Birmingham
  • Wyre Forest - This large forest near Bewdley has miles of super cycling and walking trails to enjoy
  • Button Oak - This circular walk visits the village of Button Oak in the Wyre Forest near Bewdley.


The Talbot is a good choice for some post walk refreshment. They serve a fine Sunday Roast and have a lovely garden area for warmer days. You can find them on Hartle Lane at postcode DY9 9TG for your sat navs.

Dog Walking

The country trails are nice to do with your dog and the Talbot mentioned above is also dog friendly.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

Head north from the village and you could pick up the North Worcestershire Path and visit the popular Clent Hills Country Park.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Worcestershire Walks page.


Welcome to Belbroughton - - 2050218

Welcome to Belbroughton

The Queens, Belbroughton - - 1997130

The Queens, Belbroughton

Church Hall, Belbroughton, Worcs - - 1726811

Church Hall, Belbroughton, Worcs. A plaque on the hall reads ‘Early 17th century former Tithe Barn, saved from dereliction and opened in December 1916 for the benefit of the community’. It is Grade II listed

Holy Trinity Church, Belbroughton - - 709099

Holy Trinity Church, Belbroughton

Belbroughton 12th Scarecrow Festival, 2009 - - 1508298

Belbroughton 12th Scarecrow Festival, 2009. Hundreds of people were thronging the village of Belbroughton to inspect the many scarecrows on display. The pubs were doing a roaring trade. The Festival, also known as Belbroughton Scarecrow Weekend, had its theme for 2009 as children's book titles. Other attractions included a farmers market, bouncy castle, craft fayre, balloon race and much more.

Robin Hood, Drayton, Belbroughton - - 138335

Robin Hood, Drayton, Belbroughton

Restored Hammer and Grindstone on the Green at Belbroughton, Worcs - - 1726815

Restored Hammer & Grindstone on the Green at Belbroughton, Worcs. The plaque reads ’"This hammer was made by CC Bradley and Sons of Syracuse USA c.1897 and used for planishing in the local Nash Scythe Works until 1968. Donated by My D Cooper of Drayton Forge, it was sited here by Belbroughton History Society and Parish Council in commemoration of the village’s industrial heritage. Unveiled ny Mr Wilfred Saunders, Nash Works former 8th May 1995".

Talbot at Belbroughton - - 385871

Talbot at Belbroughton


GPS Files

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