Ledbury Hiking & Walking Trails

From short strolls by pools to rambles through woodland to waymarked circular walks, there is a path for everyone on Ledbury hiking & walking trails.

Find Easy Access Paths To Roam During Your Visit To Ledbury

Get your poles and enjoy a variety of strolls, family walks, dog friendly paths and hikes in the hills.

The Herefordshire Trail is a circular trail, approximately 154 miles, created and set up by the Herefordshire Ramblers Association.

It links the five market towns of Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye, Kington, Leominster and Bromyard, along with some of the picturesque villages and hamlets for which Herefordshire is renowned.

There is some excellent easy walking routes through the farms and orchards that surround the village of Bosbury just 3.5 miles from Ledbury.

The walks are taken from the book Secret River by Roy and Pat Palmer. There are three loops to choose, from a 1 mile easy stroll to a 4 mile moderate trek.

Stop off for a spot of lunch at The Bell Inn in Bosbury or The Oak at Staplow.

This circular walk from Ledbury town centre to Eastnor Castle experiences the rich historical legacy of the Herefordshire countryside.

The Ledbury and Eastnor Castle loop trail is approximately a 13.7 km. Rated moderate and featuring a river, activity options and is accessible year-round. A dog walker’s dream with big, open fields and gorgeous scenery.

Ledbury offers some great spots for refreshments from traditional pubs and bars to tasty fine dining restaurants to cute cafes and coffee shops.

This is an eight mile circular walk that starts in the village of Much Marcle about half way between Ross-on-Wye and Ledbury.

The walking route is flat for the first three miles and then climbs gently to the top of Marcle Ridge. The rest of the ramble is downhill.

Refreshments cannot be obtained during the hike, however there is The Walwyn Arms at Much Marcle, The Crown at Woolhope and the visitor centre and restaurant at Weston’s Cider in Much Marcle.

This delightful little stroll is only 1.4km and portrays the town’s character and half-timbered buildings from the 15th, 16th and 17th Centuries. The self-guided wander will only take about an hour. You’ll discover the history and age of the little Victorian town buildings.

End the historic walk at The Feathers one of Ledbury’s most famous hotels; it’s been around since at least 1564 and is the same hotel where the drovers used to stop back in Victorian times.

With its history dating back to Anglo-Saxon times, and many of its buildings to the 16th Century, it is hardly surprising that Ledbury has many tales of ghosts and hauntings! Enjoy an evening of scary fun on the Ghost Walk which is available all year round by arrangement with the guide.

Don’t miss the popular Ledbury Halloween Ghost Walk.

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