The Worcestershire Way begins in the Georgian town of Bewdley running south to Ribbesford; the route then heads to Heightington before passing through woodland on narrow winding lanes down to Abberley Hill. From Abberley Hill the route goes south and up the steep Walsgrove Hill with views over the Teme Valley before continuing south to Ankerdine Hill and the Suckley Hills. From the Suckely Hills the Worcestershire Way heads south-east finishing in Great Malvern.
Places of interest
The Worcestershire Way passes numerous places of interest, including St Leonard's church in Ribbesford, Abberley Clock Tower, Birchwood Common (where Sir Edward Elgar composed much of his music), the Malvern Hills and St Ann's Well.
Circular walks published alongside the Worcestershire Way include:
- Ribbesford Circular Trail
- The Abberley Circular Walk
- The Martley Circular Walk
- Walks on the Northern Malvern Hills
- Info from the Ramblers Association
- Worcestershire Way - LDWA Long Distance Paths
- Off-site Waymarked Circular Walks
- Photos of the Worcestershire Way on geograph.org.uk
- Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark
- "The Worcestershire Way". Worcestershire County Council. http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/cms/countryside/explore-the-countryside/long-distance-trails/the-worcestershire-way.aspx. Retrieved 30 October 2012.
- "Worcestershire Way". Ramblers Association. http://www.ramblers.org.uk/info/paths/name/w/worcestershire.htm. Retrieved 30 October 2012.
- "Malvern - The Worcestershire Way". Worcester News. 23 December 2008. http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/leisure/walks/3999111.Malvern___The_Worcestershire_Way/. Retrieved 30 October 2012.
- ' Worcestershire Way Walker’s Guide. Hereford & Worcester County Council. ISBN 1-85301-019-7.