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Had an amazing 3 mile walk around clent hills. Beautiful scenery and views. Perfect in every way except for the cyclists haring down the paths without a thought of who may be around the corner. Lots of children and older people around who may not...More
While this was an interesting place to visit with beautiful countryside views, it was a bit underwhelming.
It’s a good 25 minute walk from the car park to the stones over rough walkway.
I was in my electric wheelchair and it found the path difficult....More
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 Great place to go for a walk and escape the City life for a couple of hours. It's so peaceful at the top and there are some beautiful views to be seen.
 Only about 25 minutes drive from Dudley or...More
I attend clent hills on most weekends as it is the dogs favourite place to go, the site is well cared for and the paths are all clear and walkable. Plenty of view points to view the surrounding areas and also some very quiet forest...More
Came here with the grandkids. We went for a fantastic walk. Looking at nature. Picking blackberries. Hunting for treasure. Then visited the playpark. Full of hugs and camps for the kids. Just what they want to do. Freedom to run around and get close to...More
National trust owned so free parking for members, beautiful views of Clent Hills.
All types of walks around site, some easy and some a little harder.
My only complaint would be other dog owners not picking up their dog poo.
Apart from that a great...More
1st time visit to this NT property on a blustery but warm day & 1st stop was the Cafe which serves wonderful Bacon, Sausage Sandwiches (fried egg etc also) watched as more fresh bread arrived at the (fee paying for Non NT Members) CP to...More