This tour explores the Ice Age landscapes and ponds west of Hereford City. The tour reveals how the River Wye changed its course, showcases the Ice Age ponds in the hummocky terrain at Kenchester and reaches a viewpoint near Norton Cannon over the Letton basin which was an Ice Age lake.
The tour could be combined with the Breinton and Brockhall walks.
This tour explores the legacy of the Ice Age in the west of Herefordshire, covering the north-western part of the area between the Letton basin and the Arrow river. An area with a variety of valleys created by meltwater streams and regions of hummocky moraines.
The tour could be combined with the Almeley, Birches Farm Trail or Sturts Nature Reserve walks.
This tour covers the north-eastern part of the area, between Staunton-on-Arrow and the Lugg Valley to the eastern limit reached by the ice. Here the hummocky landscapes are larger-scale, banked up against the northern bedrock hills with a variety of erosional channels. The tour ends with a spectacular viewpoint site on top of the Orleton moraine.
Full details and GPS enabled map for each of these tours is available for download in the IceAgePonds app.