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|Millennium Way: Upton Snodsbury and Broughton Hackett|
|Author: Millennium Way, Published: 24 Dec 2016||Walk Rating:|
|The circular walk is a little over 3 miles, mostly flat across open countryside and through farmland in Worcestershire. It is an ideal gentle stroll for a sunny weekend, before taking refreshment at one of the two pubs mentioned. During the walk, you will enjoy a delightful section of the Millennium Way, the route being clearly marked by the distinctive green waymarkers. This route starts from The Oak pub in Upper Snodsbury, but if you prefer you can adapt the route to start and finish at The March Hare in Broughton Hackett (waypoint 3). |
The route is relatively flat. You will need to negotiate several gates plus two stiles (which are suitable for dogs). You are likely to come across livestock in some of the fields so take particular care with dogs. Allow 1.5 hours.
The Millennium Way is a beautiful 100 mile walk in the heart of England, from Pershore in Worcestershire to Middleton Cheney in Northamptonshire. The route was created by the 41 Club as a community project, with something to offer every walker or rambler across Worcestershire, Warwickshire and Northamptonshire. This is one of 44 circular walks, each of which incorporates a section of the Millennium Way and is published in partnership with 41 Club.
Upton Snodsbury is located 5 miles east of Worcester. The walk starts and finishes in the car park for The Oak pub, on the A422. If you are not visiting the pub, there is also street parking available nearby in the village. Approximate post code WR7 4NW.
|Start to Bow Brook Footbridge|
Start point: 52.1885 lat, -2.0907 long
Our walk starts from the car park of The Oak, on the A422 just outside the village of Upton Snodsbury. Cross the stile at the bottom corner of the car park then go diagonally left up the field keeping Upton Snodsbury church on your left. Take the metal kissing gate at the top of the field then go half right, towards the corner of a concrete wall to the right of a barn. Here you will find a wooden gate post, and see the first green Millennium Way waymarker. Go 20 paces, keeping the barn to your left, to pass through a metal gate. Continue ahead through farm buildings to find the driveway leading to a road.
|Bow Brook Footbridge to March Hare|
Start point: 52.1838 lat, -2.1065 long
Once across the footbridge follow the Millennium Way waymarker, quarter left up the field just to the right of a large lone oak tree and towards a wire fence ahead of you (where you will find a waymarker on the fence posts).
|March Hare to End|
Start point: 52.1875 lat, -2.112 long
Continue past The March Hare and take the first lane on the right. Ignore the footpath left at the top of the lane, and follow the lane around to the right. Turn first left just after the black and white cottage (signposted Crowle). Take the marked footpath right, through the churchyard of St Leonard's Church, and head for a gap in the top right-hand corner to continue along a narrow path between hedges.
Text and images for this walk are Copyright © 2016 by the author 41club and may not be reproduced without permission.
The information in this guide has been provided in good faith and is intended only as a guide, not a statement of fact. You are advised to check the accuracy of the information provided and should not use this guide for navigational directions nor should you rely on the accuracy of the weather forecast. You are advised to take appropriate clothing, footwear, equipment and navigational materials with you according to the current and possible weather and nature of the terrain. Always follow the country code and follow any additional warnings or instructions that may be available. Some walks may be very strenuous and you are advised to seek medical advice if you have any doubts as to your capability to complete the walk.
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