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Feel free to print off copies of these guides. It is best to print straight from viewing them in your browser, not very satisfactory from Google Maps or Earth as yet.

PLEASE NOTE (Oct 09) Worcestershire County Council has just (Oct 15th 09) released a superb, free leaflet guiding you around the Martley Circular Walk. These leaflets are available from shops/ pubs in Martley. Our routes here (Walks 2 & 3) follow a very similar line BUT the other way around. The start (our Walk 3 as it happens) climbs to the ridge by a shorter route, too. To keep the ten original walks together I thought I would leave these two on our index and web site.

Do check them out in Google Maps--just click the Google Maps link. In Google Maps, try Google Earth (if you don't have it, download it, it is fantastic). Once in GE (you have to wait a bit), click Tools > Options > 3D View, and set the 'elevation exaggeration' to say 2 or even 3. With this you see real hills! (updated Oct 08)


1 1.3 Miles A Circular Walk with Good Views of Martley
2 3.3 Miles


The Martley Loop-Rodge Hill to Kingswood Lane (see note above)
3 2.75 Miles A Ridge Valley Walk (see note above)
4 3.5 Miles A Circular Walk around Laugherne Brook
5 1.8 Miles An Orchard Walk
6 3.7 Miles A Walk in the Lands to the East of Martley
7 3.1 Miles A Circular Walk with Teme Valley Views
8 3.3 Miles Fine Views and Historic Places
9 3.4 Miles A Walk around Horsham
10 3.3 Miles From River to Ridge and Back

If you like our paths why not join the Path-or-Nones, and meet third Sunday of each month to help maintain them? Its fun, fresh air and free and the only membership fee is a thick skin and a funny hat!

Contact John Pearsall (01886 888793) or John Nicklin (01886 888318) for details or email.

Keith and Audrey Trumper.
Keith, along with Kevin Oliver of Worcestershire Rights of Way, was instrumental in launching the Path-or-Nones. Keith was known as 'Captain', and much loved by all of us. Audrey has always looked after the group, bringing refreshments to our working parties--thanks Audrey.