Accessible days out locally
Malvern Hills Geo Centre
Thanks to Malvern Hills Geo Centre and its financial supporters, some parts of the Hills are now wheel friendly as the centre provides an all-terrain mobility scooter aka Tramper. The Tramper enables people with less mobility to enjoy a ride up to the Worcestershire Beacon, and is available to hire from Cafe H2O inside the Geo Centre, located near the Wyche cutting. For those with electric cars you can get a boost here too.
Ross on Wye Buggie Walk
A few miles further into Herefordshire the “Ross on Wye Buggie Walk” is a 4 mile, easy level, wheel friendly walk in a beautiful market town on the River Wye.
The Knapp and Papermill Nature Reserve, Alfrick. From apple orchards through to woodland and rich meadows, it’s a perfect place to spot many species of birds and butterflies. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with spaces reserved to practise traditional coppicing to provide a range of habitats which are beneficial for biodiversity, the Nature reserve is a little over 5 miles from us and could be a great car free day out day out to all you walking enthusiasts. The basic up and downhill stone path allows wheelchair users to reach the orchard.