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This month's ARS (Audlem Ramblers Society) trip is to the Malvern Hills this coming Saturday, 11th October. This is a lovely ridge walk with great views into Wales and across the Cotswolds.

The total length is about 11 miles, with a ridge height only just over 1000ft — but there are a few ups and downs and it is reasonably strenuous if you do the whole distance. There will be cars strategically placed to allow shorter walks/early finishes. The first is approximately 5 miles from the start at the Malvern Hills Hotel. There are then a number of ways down to Malvern itself, reducing the walk to as little as 8 miles.

If you are not a member of ARS but would like to join the walk, please contact Andy Davidson on andydavidsonatb@hotmail.com">andydavidsonatb@hotmail.com for advice on equipment, etc.

Meet on Audlem car park at 7.30am on Saturday

 

 

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