Malvern Hills

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Mal·vern Hills

 (môl′vərn, mô′-)
A range of hills of west-central England rising to 425 m (1,395 ft). The hills are a popular resort area.
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Mal′vern Hills′

(ˈmɔl vərn, ˈmɔ-)
n.pl.
a range of hills in W England, bisecting Hereford and Worcester: highest point, 1395 ft. (425 m).
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Starting in Great Malvern, the route goes to the top of Worcestershire Beacon and North Hill before following the River Teme to Lulsey and returning via Cradley to Ledbury over Oyster Hill and on to Estnor Castle before an imposing finish which includes Chase End Hill, Ragged Hill, Midsummer Hill, Herefordshire Beacon and British Camp in the last six miles.
There are also offices, a cottage, traditional and modern buildings, a smart, gated entrance and a wide backdrop of pastureland rising gently towards chase End Hill, the southernmost tip of the Malverns.