GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Tenbury Wells Walk

4 miles (6 km)

This circular walk around the town visits some of the local highlights including the River Teme and Kyrewood.
The route runs for just under 4 miles through the countryside to the south of the town. There are some small climbs on the way with nice views towards the Clee Hills to enjoy.
The walk starts on the western side of the town where you can follow a public footpath south along the River Teme. You'll pass Greenfields and Truecroft before turning east towards Callows Grave and Oldwood. Continue east on Saltbox Lane before turning north along Terrils Lane. Public footpaths will then take you through Kyrewood before returning to the train station.

Tenbury Wells OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Tenbury Wells Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Tenbury Wells Pubs/Cafes

In Oldwood you could stop off at the delightful Fountains Inn. There's a splendid large beer garden out the back where you can enjoy views of the surrounding countryside. They do good food and also provide quality accommodation if you need to stay over. You can find the inn on Oldwood Road with a postcode of WR15 8TB for your sat navs.

Tenbury Wells Dog Walking

The country trails make for a pleasant dog walk and the Fountains Inn mentioned above is also dog friendly.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

Head north from the town and you will soon come to the Clee Hills. It's an excellent area for walkers with fine views over the Malverns and Shropshire Hills from the viewpoints on Titterstone Clee Hill and Brown Clee Hill.
A few miles south west of the town you'll find Berrington Hall. There's 250 acres of parkland surrounding a fine Georgian mansion here. Near here you can enjoy a stroll along the River Lugg on the Leominster Walk.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Malvern Hills Walks page.

Photos

Bridge at Tenbury Wells - geograph.org.uk - 530033

Bridge at Tenbury Wells. The river Teme has just about gone down to something like its normal level following the great floods of 2007 but note the debris still clinging to the fence

The Pump Rooms Tenbury Wells - geograph.org.uk - 1740884

The Pump Rooms Tenbury Wells

Bridge over the Teme, Tenbury Wells - geograph.org.uk - 278913

Bridge over the Teme, Tenbury Wells. The River Teme forms the boundary between Worcestershire and Shropshire. The older, narrower part of the bridge can just be seen through the arches. In 1908 the two county authorities co-operated to widen the bridge on this nearer, downstream side.

Tenbury Wells - Cross Street - geograph.org.uk - 1480193

Tenbury Wells architecture

Millennium Tree - geograph.org.uk - 844052

Millennium Tree. This tree on the edge of Oldwood Common has each leaf engraved with the name of a member of the community. Titterstone Clee Hill can be seen in the background to the right

Teme Bridge, Tenbury Wells

Teme Bridge, Tenbury Wells

Video

GPS Files

GPX File

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Memory Map Route

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