Crumpton Hill Wood (Woodland Trust)

Crumpton Hill Wood (Woodland Trust)

This is a very small and quiet ancient woodland, one of a series along the ridges of Wenlock limestone north of the Malvern Hills. The oak and wild service woodland is rich in woodland plants and fungi, and is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
There is no parking at the wood but can be explored from the Worcestershire Way footpath. A short circular path winds through the woodland from the entrance gate. This path can be muddy in winter or after heavy rain.
The Woodland Trust does not allow cycling or horse riding in this wood.

Entry Cost

The Woodland Trust is able to provide free access to its woodlands thanks to the support of its members. Contact the Woodland Trust to find out how you can help support and keep these woods free for everyone.


Daylight hours
  • Welcomes

    • Free entry
  • Special Features

    • Rural location
Crumpton Hill Wood (Woodland Trust)

Directions & Parking

Map pin Crumpton Hill Wood
WR13 5HE
Located along the Worcestershire Way, it is about 3 miles from Great Malvern. This wood can only be accessed by the public footpath as there is no parking near by.

Caring For The Planet

The Woodland Trust is working hard to increase the biodiversity potential within this wood. Help us look after this wood by sticking to footpaths and taking any littler home with you.