Why go...

Habberley Valley Nature Reserve
  • Habberley Valley demonstrates the countryside of Worcestershire at its finest.
  • Magnificent heather capped snadstome outcrops overlook open grassland, rich and diverse woodland
  • Buzzards can often be seen soaring overhead
  • Each season reveals new growth, bluebells in spring, hair grass in summer, mushrooms and toadstools in autumn and holly in winter.
  • Habberly Valley is a great place to walk, picnic, relax and enjoy the countryside.

What's there...

  • 25 hectares of lowland heathland and woodland with large sandstone outcrops
  • Undulating pasture, woodland, ponds, streams etc.
  • 2 way marked trails  2.5 miles (2 hours) and 3.75 miles linked (2.5 hours)
  • Panoramic view point
  • Visitor Center in Low Habberley (open only in the summer)
  • Links to Trimpley and Wyre Forest

Where is it...

  • On the B4190 Wolverley to Bewdley road
    Car Park (free)
    Link paths to/from Ferndale Estate (Coningsby Drive),
    Bridgnorth Road (via Sandy Lane),
    Habberley Road (via High Habberley)
  • Tel: 01562 732971 ( Wyre Forest District Council Ranger Service)
  • Web: http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/countryside

How far is it from Ling Safari?

  • 2.1 miles by car from Ling Safari to the Habberley Valley Nature Reserve

How do I get there

Please copy and paste or type our post code into the above box DY121LN to get your route.

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