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Clent Hills, Clent

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The Clent Hills lie 10 miles (16 km) south-west of Birmingham city centre in Clent, Worcestershire, England. The closest towns are Stourbridge and Halesowen, both in the West Midlands conurbation (and also historically in Worcestershire). The Clent Hills range consists of, in order from north-west to south-east: Wychbury Hill, Clent Hill (and Adams Hill), and Walton Hill (and Calcot Hill). The north Worcestershire range of hills continues eastwards to include Romsley Hill, Waseley Hills and the Lickey Hills.
Clent Hill is the most popular hillwalking hill in the range, although it is not often mentioned because the whole area is referred to as Clent Hills. Just under a million visitors a year are estimated to come to the hills, making them Worcestershire's most popular non-paying attraction.
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  • We hadn't visited here for ages and now wonder why. We took our dogs last week and it is so pretty, there are several marked trails of varying distance and a small cafe for snacks/coffee afterwards. 
    We hadn't visited here for ages and now wonder why. We took our dogs last week and it is so pretty, there are several marked trails of varying distance and a small cafe for snacks/coffee afterwards.  more »
  • The area of the Clent Hills is an outstanding place for walking (and exercising your dog, if you have one). From the Nimmings Wood pay and display car park (free to National Trust members), there... 
    The area of the Clent Hills is an outstanding place for walking (and exercising your dog, if you have one). From the Nimmings Wood pay and display car park (free to National Trust members), there...  more »
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  • Great part of the nature and National Trust, there are stone monuments on the top, trails through the hills, valleys and forests. It's a good place for a few hours walk, when weather is clear, there are view points for many miles in the horizon. Great experience to be there.
  • Good place to watch sunsets in summer and read a book. Short walk, about 4km, close to the city. Full of blue bells in the spring

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