Walking Maps in Worcestershire
We stock paper copies of any of the maps listed below. If you
would prefer a paper copy, please contact the
Worcestershire Hub on 01905 765 765.
Bromsgrove Walking & Cycling area
This map shows the walking and cycling
facilities within the Bromsgrove and Catshill area. It also
highlights places of interest, such as Sanders Park.
View Bromsgrove Walking & Cycling area (PDF 334 KB)
Droitwich Walking & Cycling Map
This map shows the walking and cycling routes in Droitwich,
including NCN Regional Routes 45 and 46, as well as on-road routes
that have been recommended by local cyclists
Droitwich Walking and Cycling map (PDF 328 KB)
Evesham Walking & Cycling Map
This map shows the footpaths, bridleways and cycle
paths for the Evesham area. It also includes on-road routes that
have been recommended by local cyclists.
View Evesham Walking Cycling Map (PDF 311 KB)
Malvern Walking & Cycling Map
This map shows the walking and cycling routes in and around
Malvern, including the bridleways where cycling is permitted on the
View Malvern Walking & Cycling Map (PDF 607 KB)
Pershore Walking & Cycling Map
Whether you live or work in the area, or are visiting
Pershore and the surrounding villages, this map is designed to help
you find your way around without the need to use a car.
View Pershore Walking & Cycling Map (PDF 191 KB)
Redditch Walking & Cycling Map
This map shows the walking and cycling facilities within
the Redditch. These include NCN Route 5 and other routes
recommended by cyclists.
View Redditch walking and cycling map (PDF 755 KB)
Worcester Walking & Cycling Map
This map shows the walking and cycling routes in Worcester,
including on road routes that have been recommended by local
Worcester Walking & Cycling Map (PDF 973 KB)
Wyre Forest Walking & Cycling Map
Wyre Forest map covers Bewdley, Kidderminster, and Stourport. It
shows the cycle routes, bridleways, footpaths and cycle parking
within the area.
View Wyre Forest Walking & Cycling Map (PDF 3.4 MB)
- Walking the way to
An initiative of the British Heart Foundation and the Countryside
Agency that aims to get more people walking in their own
communities on a regular basis.
- British Heart Foundation
For advice on improving your health through a more active
- Ordnance Survey
For local and national maps and advise on reading maps,
including teaching children to read maps.
- Natural England
Natural England is the government’s advisor on the natural
- Rambles Association
Information on forest walks and the ramblers association.
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This page was last reviewed 11 April 2014 at 11:47.
The page is next due for review 8 October 2015.