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Clent Hills, Worcestershire | West Midlands

Clent Hills
Clent Hills is a National Trust owned range of hills in Worcestershire
in England. Consisting of over seven different hills ranging from its
highest, Walton Hill at 316 metres above sea level, to a number of
smaller hills including Clent Hill at 309 metres. Whilst it has been
common land since the 13th century, it jumped to popularity in the
1800s after a guide highlighted it as a tourist hotspot. It rapidly
became popular for its dry tobogganing, though that activity was
banned in the 20th century due to it being linked with the rapid
erosion of the hillside.

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Malvern Hills
River Severn
The River Avon (Upper)
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River Teme
River Wye
Severn Valley

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