Clent Hills are located in Bromsley, Worcestershire. This hilly walk offers sensational views over Kidderminster, Stourbridge, Dudley, Halesowen,
Turners Hill, Malvern Hills, Kinver Edge, The Wrekin, Wenlock Edge, Shatterford Huk and Clee Hills. Parking is available off Hagley Wood Lane, National Trust members are
able to park for free by scanning their card and non-members pay a fee of £3. There is a 3.2km walk where dogs are allowed off lead. The walk starts at Nimmings Wood car
park and follows the easy access path to the right, out from the trees turn left up to The Four Stones, take the wide path to the left and at the gate turn right, then
use the path into Deep Wood, cross over the bridge at Dark Pool and head up the slope of the wood, at the top turn right and head back up the path to the gate and head
straight over back to the topograph. Other walks and routes are available if you wish to extend your visit but do be aware dogs may need to be kept on the lead. There
are easy access paths for pushchairs and wheelchair users, as well as lots of well-placed benches where you can enjoy a drink or picnic whilst admiring the beautiful
scenery. This walk offers breath-taking views and plenty of exercise and fresh air.