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Habberley Valley Local Nature Reserve

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A pretty countryside locality on a cold, sunny autumn morning - the dog loved it!

A pretty stretch of countryside with plenty of variety - woodlands, sandstone rocks, open... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
hazelbrownYorkshire
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Yorkshire
A lovely Quiet Walk

This nature reserve situated off the A456 just south of Kidderminster is a lovely rambling place to... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2018
robert m
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Breierley Hill, United Kingdom
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1 week ago
“A pretty countryside locality on a cold, sunny autumn morning - the dog loved it!”
7 Aug 2018
“A lovely Quiet Walk”
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A pretty stretch of countryside with plenty of variety - woodlands, sandstone rocks, open grasslands. Sandy paths were easy to follow, with meandering woodland treks for the more adventurous. Dozens of dogs with their walkers, but surprisingly well behaved. Not much parking though.

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Reviewed 7 August 2018

This nature reserve situated off the A456 just south of Kidderminster is a lovely rambling place to walk your dog; take the kids or just have a picnic.......It has sandstone hills for climbing, plenty of forestry and well worn paths and all of this is...More

Thank robert m
Reviewed 27 June 2018

OK, so maybe I was a bit hyped up about Habberley Valley, having heard by dad talk about going to it in his childhood. I thought it was pretty disappointing, pretty enough, with parking, and a bit of countryside to mooch about in for an...More

1  Thank Sian W
Reviewed 26 June 2018

Park up and start walking to the rock. The best way up is from the back. The kids loved it. Take drinks/picnic, then try Jacob's ladder, there are steps one end.

Thank Alan H
Reviewed 19 April 2018 via mobile

I did this walk with my partner, I suffer with arthritis. The distance said just over 2 miles, which would have been fine if It was more flat. I struggled with the hills. There was a public footpath that it lead us to which was...More

Thank Gemma L
Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

I have recently discovered this wonderful hidden gem on my doorstep! After getting a new family dog I have been exploring the local countryside and have found Habberley Valley to be fantastic dog walking territory. The paths in place can be steep that lead into...More

1  Thank Rachel M
Reviewed 25 September 2017

Came here on a family day out with my Mom, Dad, Niece & Nephew. At first it was a bit hard to find as following the postcode on the satnav does not take you to the right location. However if you take the Habberley Road...More

1  Thank PeakyBlinder92
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