Warwickshire hosts some of the best walking in the midlands, with wonderful canals,

hills, forests, rivers, villages and towns to explore as well as fabulous pubs and cafes for

a pit stop  en route.

Here you will find some lovely walks in the rolling Warwickshire countryside to explore.

Some suitable for horse riding and cycling, taking in some of the county’s bridlepaths.

 Walk One: Around the Roman Town of Alcester

ALCESTER is a lovely town in Warwickshire and formerly a Roman Settlement and the above link will forward you to a charming walk around the town and country.

 Walk Two: Henley and the Stratford Canal

A gentle walk around picturesque Henley in Arden, The Mount and Stratford upon Avon Canal.

Walk Three: Cleeve Hill

A lovely location where the popular Victoria plum is grown in abundance.

 Walk Four: Stratford upon Avon Tour

A Tour of Stratford upon Avon where Shakespeare was born.

Walk Five: Charlecote Park

An easy walk with gentle rolling countryside.

Walk Six: Taking in the Sights of Warwick Castle

Walk along the Grand Union Canal and take in the sights of Warwick Castle.

Walk Seven: Visit Historic Kenilworth Castle

Visit the historic Kenilworth Castle and beyond.

Walk Eight: Baddesley Clinton House

The opportunity to visit a beautiful church and surrounding countryside.

 Walk Nine: Ilmington

A short walk from Ilmington taking in far views of the Cotswolds.

Walk Ten: Brailes

A hilly walk with beautiful views

 Walk Eleven: Earlswood Lakes

Lovely walk taking in the idyllic Earlswood Lakes

 Walk Twelve: Historic Polesworth

This walk takes in the Oxford canal and the market town of Polesworth








Walks in Warwickshire
Walks in Warwickshire
Walks in Warwickshire
Walks in Warwickshire
Walks in Warwickshire
Walks in Warwickshire
Walks in Warwickshire