The Arden Way
Based on the historic Warwickshire towns of Henley-in-Arden and Alcester, weaving its way through the delightful Shakespearian countryside and Forest of Arden.
It radiates along countryside paths passing through Alcester, Aston Cantlow, Henley in Arden and Studley.
Created by Heart of England Way Association, and devised by one of its Alcester members, The Arden Way is recognised by Warwickshire County Council.
From Henley in Arden the way travels to Ullenhall and it’s delightful church, passing close to Studley, and along the River Arrow to Coughton Court (National Trust).
The Arden Way takes walkers through some of the finest landscape in Warwickshire.
You can start at Henley in Arden where there is a free car park, right at the centre of the historic medieval market town.
A volunteer warden service keeps an eye on the route. The way is managed and maintained voluntarily by Heart of England Way Association.