(Return journey = 8 miles)
As denoted by its name this track is one mile long, the footpath then crosses a wall stile and cuts diagonally across two arable fields to meet and cross Buckle Street. Go straight across Buckle Street through a third arable field to reach the stile onto Fish Hill. Turn right after crossing the stile and follow the path towards the brow of Fish Hill. A safe crossing point is well signed to take you over the busy A44, climb a short bank and then follow the path to the right, which swings left in light woodland to join a rising hollow-way. Leave the wood into pastureland, up through a lateral valley, pass through a gateway, keep to the left-hand flank of the hawthorn dappled lateral valley to a stile directly below Broadway Tower.
Broadway Tower is set on an ancient beacon site and built as a token of love. The Tower is open and for a small fee you may climb to the very top and enjoy the extensive views across the Worcestershire countryside.
If you wish to extend your walk, then the pathway down to the picturesque village of Broadway is well marked and will add another mile to your walk.