What to do Glamping in the Malvern Hills Worestershire UK
Places to visit and things to so in the Malvern Hills, whilst staying at Up Sticks Glamping. They include Ledbury, Eastnor, Pottery, Gardens and much more.
Malvern Hills
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Malvern Hills
Run to the Hills

Up sticks is nestled by the Malvern Hills, which give you fabulous views across to the Cotswolds and Wales. There are easily accessible tracks and lanes to explore,  as well as pretty towns and plenty of history. At UpSticks we’ve got maps, bikes and the knowledge to help you on your way.

Rivers & Forests

Rivers and forests sit on our doorstep, paddle down the Wye, or tear down the mountain bike tracks in the Forest of Dean or the 417 Bike Park. Swing through the trees at Go Ape, or wander the Sculpture Trail.

The river Severn winds it’s way through the county and Upton on Severn is a great place enjoy it.  offering great walks, picnic spots and pubs by the river.  Take a boat, or just grab a drink at the Boat House for a great view of the river.

Places to Explore

Passions to Discover

Enjoy a tipple? Go explore the art of cider making at Westons cider or wine making at Lovells vineyard. Or even the makings of Gin at The Chase Distillery .

For car enthusiasts get inside the famous Morgan factory  Alternatively try your 4×4 skills on a Land rover Discovery day at Eastnor.

For the creative, get your hands dirty whilst throwing a pot at Eastnor Pottery.

Eastnor Castle and the grounds and gardens of Earls Coome are lovely to Explore and both hold events and festivals through the year.

Ledbury’s independent high street is a treat, as is a pint on the river bank in Upton on Severn, which has festivals for all musical tastes including Jazz, Blues and Folk.

Malvern is a great place to start your walk on the hills with natural springs along the way up, and a couple of lovely tea shops.