Hagley Hall Park Walk
Explore the area around Hagley and Park on this walk around the historic Worcestershire village of Hagley.
The walk uses the North Worcestershire Path and other public footpaths to take you through the woodland and countryside surrounding the park. There is also an iron-age hill-fort on Wychbury Hill and fabulous views of the Malvern Hills, the Clee Hills, Abberley Hills, The Wrekin and, on a clear day as far as The Black Mountains of Wales.
The park is located about 12 miles from Birmingham city centre. Clent Hills Country Park is adjacent to Hagley Hall so is a great option if you would like to continue your walk. The North Worcestershire Path also runs past the park.
Please note the park itself is not open to the public though the hall is open for tours on certain days. Please see the link below for details. You can extend the walk with a stroll around Hagley village where there is a noteworthy 13th century church.
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Hagley Park Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Hagley Park Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Hagley Park OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Hagley Park Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
Uffmoor Wood is located just a couple of miles east of the hall. There's some nice peaceful woodland trails to follow here.
To the north there's the climb to Wychbury Hill. Here you'll find an Iron Age hillfort and the Wychbury Obelisk. The Grade II listed structure stands at a height of 84 feet (26 m). It was commissioned as a family memorial and completed in 1758 at the same time as Hagley Park was being redeveloped in the fashionable neoclassical style.
If you head north into Stourbridge you can pick up the Stourbridge Canal and enjoy a waterside stroll along to Hinksford.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Worcestershire Walks page.