Blog 47 - Malvern Hills
The Malvern Hills rise dramatically above the Severn Plain on the border of Herefordshire and Worcestershire and with great views and a free supply of natural spring water at the side of the road.
The hilltops offer archaeological remains from many different time periods. The most iconic of which are the two large hillforts – Midsummer Hill (owned by the National Trust) and, one of the best examples of a hillfort in Britain - British Camp
I can get there within the 1hr so it was sunrise i was aiming for and a good walk along the ridge is must and at this time of the day you are on your own, you have choice carparks around the hills, but some are expensive and only accept cash.
Full details of carparks can be found on the trust website
Please be aware that taking off and landing a drone is only permitted with prior written agreement from the Trust.
Its worth taking a long lens when on the hills as the fields below are magical as the sun hits the them
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