With a large number of paths on the Hills and Commons there is something for everyone, including Trampers - a type of off-road mobility scooter.
The Disabled Ramblers have kindly put together a map (right) of the accessible routes on the Hills for visitors using a Tramper. Each section of path is graded for its difficulty. If you need more information about access for Trampers, please contact the Disabled Ramblers for more information.
firstname.lastname@example.org or go to Disabled Ramblers (external link)
The Disabled Ramblers regularly visit the Malvern Hills and Commons and the group make the most of the rugged terrain and steep slopes. A representative also sits on our Recreation Advisory Panel and helps us plan path repairs to improve access on the Hills.
If you don't have your own mobility scooter, two Trampers are available for hire from Cafe H2O near to the Wyche Cutting. Training is given on how to use the Tramper and visitors are able to ride up to the top of the Worcestershire Beacon, the highest point on the Malvern Hills.
Cafe H2O (external link)