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Bewdley - Upper Arley - Bewdley

Group: Bear
Date: Sunday 29 April 2012
Start gridref: SO789749
Nearest town: Bewdley
Start time: 10:30am
Grade: Moderate
Distance: 10 miles
Longer description: The walk starts in the riverside town of Bewdley. The route takes you up to the hills above the river valley to Upper Arley (a Severn Valley Railway station), and back to Bewdley along the banks of the River Severn.
Contact name: Craig Phillips
Google Street View: maps/ xcf4p
Postcode: DY12 2DG
Start point: Park in the public car park SE of river bridge overlooking the river in Bewdley (Gardners Meadow Car Park). To access the car park take the narrow riverside road that runs alongside the bridge.
BWG grade: m9

sunrise 05:41
sunset 20:12


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A walking group for people living in and around Warwickshire in their 20s, 30s and 40s. Walks predominantly in Warwickshire and the Cotswolds though sometimes venturing out to Worcestershire, Shropshire, Staffordshire and Leicestershire. We also have weekends away to the Lake District, Snowdonia, Brecon Beacons to name a few. Socials are also arranged with details on our website. Please email to be added to email reminders and programme updates. New members always welcome.

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