Worcestershire has plenty to offer and this extends to its many walking routes.

If you like to enjoy a Boxing Day walk, you won’t be short of options with longer and shorter routes both available.

Why not walk off the Christmas chocolates and get some fresh air with a winter stroll?

To help you choose a route, here’s a list of some of the best Worcestershire walks you can enjoy with family or friends over the festive period, according to All Trails.

5 of the best Worcestershire walks to enjoy this Boxing Day

Pitchcroft Diglis Basin

Difficulty: Easy

If you’d like to enjoy a relaxing walk this Boxing Day, why not try this trail? You’ll walk along the river bank and spot Worcester Cathedral as well as Worcester Railway Viaduct.

It’s a 9km circular route that can be done in an hour and 49 minutes on average and it’s available to enjoy all year round.

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This route has a flat path for most of the walk so it’s suitable for people with varying levels of fitness.

Find out more about it via the All Trails website.

Martley, Prickley Green and Kingswood Circular

Difficulty: Moderate

Enjoy this “beautiful, peaceful” walk with friends and family (and your dog) this Boxing Day – you’ll see some “amazing scenery” as you go.

All dogs must be kept on a lead for this route which is open all year round.

On this route you’ll see the River Time, a lake, “rolling hills” and more plus you may even come across some livestock so it’s advised that dogs stay on leads.

The trail is 10.1km in length and takes around two hours and 44 minutes to complete (on average).

Find out more about it via the All Trails website.

Shrawley Wood Circular

Difficulty: Moderate

Although this walking route is better to visit between January and October, you can still enjoy it with loved ones on Boxing Day.

On this walk, you’ll wind through woodlands and stroll along the River Severn.

It might be necessary to divert whilst on this route as you may pass livestock and their young.

Appropriate and sturdy footwear is needed for this walk as paths can be muddy and sections can be rougher.

Find out more about it via the All Trails website.

Kleve Walk and Malvern Pedway Circular

Difficulty: Easy

If you’re looking for a shorter walk to try this Boxing Day, the Kleve Walk and Malvern Pedway Circular route could be the one for you as its 4km long.

On average, it takes 49 minutes to complete – ideal if you want to get back home for some Christmas food leftovers.

You can enjoy this walk all year round and your furry friend can come along too as long as all dogs are kept on leads.

This walking trail is suitable for all fitness levels and you can look forward to “magnificent views” along the way.

Look out for the cathedral and the city and snap some pictures of the city’s architecture.

You’ll also see the River Severn and cross the Diglis footbridge as well as the old town bridge.

Find out more about it via the All Trails website.

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Clifton Circle

Difficulty: Easy

Find out more about it via the All Trails website.

This route is generally described as “an easy route” which is 6.9km in length and takes an hour and 25 minutes to complete.

Clifton Quarry is said to be a highlight of the route and its relatively flat so suitable for many ages and fitness levels.

It’s advised that you wear boots for this walk as it can get muddy and dogs must be kept on leads in certain parts.