Winter in the Malverns

10 Club Sites for active
winter camping

Winter is no reason to quit camping. Here are 10 Club Sites that provide a great base for outdoor pursuits


10 Club Sites for active winter camping

By VICKY SARTAIN/SUE TAYLOR
Posted on 23 November 2018

Blackmore Club Site, Worcestershire If you pitch at Blackmore Club Site, chances are you’re there for the surrounding countryside – the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) – drawing hikers, cyclists and dog walkers to explore the scenery so loved by composer Edward Elgar, who lived locally. Wrap up and discover more than 100 miles of routes that provide wonderful views over the landscape. The winter months are a prime time to visit this area. For one thing there’ll be fewer crowds, and the landscape looks particularly beautiful tinged with frost.

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