Malvern Hills Parking
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The Malvern Hills are a stretch of hills in Herefordshire, Worcestershire, and a small portion of north Gloucestershire. They are managed by the Malvern Hills Trust. Staggeringly, the Malvern Hills formed some of England’s most ancient igneous and metamorphic rocks which are some 680 million years old.
Malvern Hills overlook the encompassing countryside as well as towns and villages within the Malvern district. The highest peak of the hills provides a sensational vista of the Severn Valley, all of which includes the Welsh mountains, hills of Herefordshire, a staggering 13 counties, the Bristol channel and even Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester cathedrals.
The views over the Wye Valley and throughout the Severn Vale across to the Cotswolds were rated as one of the top 10 in England by Sir Simon Jenkins, an author and columnist.
They were allocated as a biological and geological site of special scientific interest, as well as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a National Character Area by Natural England.
Spring water is what the hills are foremost known for, made famous by holy wells and then through expansion of Great Malvern, a spa town in the 19th century which concluded with the manufacturing of modern bottled drinking water.
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Parking at Malvern Hills
There are countless car parks that span along the bottom of the Malvern Hills which provide you access to hike the hill, from the middle or end to end.
Parking is available seven days a week from 6.00am to 11.00pm. There is no overnight parking allowed.
Tickets purchased can be used in any of the Malvern Hills Trust car parks, throughout the date of purchase. Ensure that tickets are displayed correctly and in view in vehicles at all times.
Disabled Blue Badge holders can park free of charge in any car park, without any time constraint. Though must leave the car park before closure at 11.00pm.
The cost of parking is:
- £4.50 per day
Annual car park pass (valid 12 months) cost:
- £14.50 (for a second vehicle in the same household)
Car parks as follows:
- West of England Quarry car park (WR14 4DG)
- Gardiner’s Quarry Main car park (WR13 6DN)
- Gardiners Quarry car park (Lower) (WR13 6DN)
- Earnslaw Quarry car park (WR14 4EG)
- Lower Beacon Road car park (WR14 4EQ)
- Upper Beacon Road car park (WR14 4EH)
- Black Hill car park (WR13 6DW)
- British Camp car park (WR13 6DW)
- Little Malvern car park (WR14 4JN)
- Plateau car park (WR13 6PL)
For full information and more information on car parks see the Malvern Hills Trust parking page.
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The closest train stations to the Malvern Hills is Great Malvern train station (WR14 3AL) and Malvern Link (WR14 1SW). Run by Great Western Railway.
Both train stations have direct trains to the likes of London Paddington, Birmingham New Street, Bristol, Southampton Central and Hereford.
Great Malvern is a 11 minute drive or a 55 minute walk away from the Malvern Hills.
Malvern Link is a 13 minute drive away.
The following two links provide further details on train times and route planners for getting to and from the Malvern Hills:
A variety of local bus providers serve the Malvern area.
Buses: 42, 43, 44, 291, 332, 333, 363, 481, 675 and 758, all stop in Malvern from areas across the South West and West of England, like Worcester, Cheltenham and Ledbury.
They stop in Malvern which is a short walk from many points to walk up the Malvern Hills.
The town of Malvern is on the A449 trunk route from Worcester to Ross on Wye.
From the North on the M5 motorway and exit at Junction 7 and follow the signs to Malvern. From the South on the M5 exit at Junction 8 onto the M50 motorway and then take Junction 1 and follow signs to the Malvern.
From London, use the M4 motorway onto the A417 through to the Malvern’s.
Google maps or any other mapping service will provide detailed directions to the Malvern Hills.
Sat nav postcode: WR14 4DG
Birmingham Airport (B26 3QJ) lies in the closest proximity to the Malvern Hills, a 56 minute car ride or a two and a half hour bus and two trains journey.
Birmingham is an international and domestic airport which has flights across the UK and Europe.
Disabled Parking at Malvern Hills
There are disabled blue badge bays in all Malvern Hill Trust car parks. Parking is free of charge without any time restraint for blue badge holders.
Blue badges must be displayed in vehicles at all times when parked in a car park. Vehicles leave the car park before closure at 11.00pm.
There are car parks with easier access to the hill: Blackhill, Earnslaw and Gardiners Quarry.
For more details see the following link about accessibility to the Malvern Hills: https://www.malvernhills.org.uk/visiting/walking/easier-access/
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Malvern Hills, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Malvern. The closest ones to Malvern Hills are:
- Priory Road Car Park Malvern
- Malvern Hills GeoCentre
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
The parking charge of £4.50 per day per vehicle is in operation on weekends and bank holidays.
Parking overnight is prohibited and must not be done under any circumstance.
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Is there parking close to the Malvern Hills?
There are ample car parks spanning across the length of the hills. Where you park is dependent on how far you want to walk or how able you are to walk. Parking is at a charge of £4.50 per day and can be used in any of the car parks a part of the Malvern Trust.
How long is the walk along the Malvern Hills?
Dependent on where you want to walk, the longest trail is 18 miles; the Malvern Circular, the shortest is 6.5 miles; Herefordshire beacon from Hollybush.
How many counties can you see from the top of the Malvern Hills?
Between 13 and 14 counties can be viewed on a clear day.
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