- 1 Tramper
- Country Park
- Nature Reserve
- Accessible parking
- Accessible toilets
- Information centre
- Dog friendly
Perched on the edge of the Cotswolds escarpment Crickley Hill Country Park offers the visitor the chance to experience prehistoric sites dating back six thousand years, ancient beech woodlands, wild flower rich grasslands and some of the finest views in the Cotswolds.
There are a number of trails that can be explored on the Tramper at Crickley Hill, including one of the most beautiful sections of the Cotswold Way National Trail:
Family Trail- 0.5 miles. On a clear day there are views of the Malvern Hills and across the River Severn to Wales. Good for novice Tramper users.
Hill Fort Trail - 0.5 miles, with remains of Neolithic and Iron Age settlements. Good for novice Tramper users.
Park Trail - 1.4 miles. Nature conservation and archaeological and geological features. More challenging in places.
Scrubbs Trail- 0.75 miles. A nature walk designed to help you understand some of the ecology of part of Crickley Hill. More challenging in places.
- Tramper users must be accompanied by a non-disabled person for safety reasons at this site.
- Path surfaces - tarmac, some uneven ground and tree roots in places.
- Path gradients - mostly flat, few steep sections, one cross slope
The Visitor Centre is open during afternoons from 1st April until 30th September.
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