Amy Walks: The Clent Hills
Caz and I recently went for a post-lockdown stroll and catch up on the National Trust’s Clent Hills, near Birmingham.
I met Caz at one of the car parks – be warned, parking was quite the struggle when we went – and we started out on our walk. We made our way to the top of the hills and did some random wandering along the top. It was a beautiful day and we enjoyed being able to see out in the surrounding area. So much so, we sat for about half an hour, simply watching the views and chatting.
Despite feeling a little unfit after the past three months stuck at home, we both really enjoyed our walk on the Clent Hills and it felt good to get some fresh air together. The one thing we did find was that the area was very busy. It was a beautiful place, so it wasn’t hard to understand why; however, it wouldn’t be the place you’d want to visit if looking for a quiet walk. Still, Caz and I loved the few hours we were there and agreed to go back to Clent one day!
Continue scrolling to see the photographs from our gentle and lovely walk around the Clent Hills. Caz and I are also planning a Cotswolds outing, complete with picnic, so stay tuned for that!