Locality: South Shropshire

www.bishopscastle.co.uk/tourism/walking/

Visits to the Website190
Starting fromBishop's Castle
Overview

'Bishop’s Castle and Clun are excellent centres for exploring the unspoilt hill country of the area – most of it in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Well way marked paths go through many of the hillside and valley villages of the Rivers Clun and Upper Onny, making walking straight from the towns and villages a real pleasure. Both towns are on Shropshire Way, a short distance from the Offa’s Dyke Path, a national trail, and near the pre-bronze age Kerry Ridgeway.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record445

www.walkingfestival.co.uk

Visits to the Website371
Starting fromBishop's Castle
Overview

Usually held in May.

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record815

www.dittonpriorsparishcouncil.co.uk/Ditton-Priors-PC/brown_clee_walkers_programm...

Visits to the Website152
Starting fromDitton Priors
Overview

'Brown Clee Walkers are an informal group from the various parishes around the hill, with the majority living in Ditton Priors. Our activities include a monthly walk, of normally up to 10 miles, with a generous lunch stop, usually at a convenient pub. The average turnout is around 12-15 persons.'

See also

Brown Clee Walkers Programme [Ditton Priors Parish Council]

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record509

www.churchstrettonwalkingfestival.co.uk

Visits to the Website348
Starting fromChurch Stretton
Overview

Usually held Late June.

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record888

www.cmfa.co.uk

Visits to the Website554
Starting fromCleobury Mortimer
Overview

'Formed in 1990. The Association was a founding member (1993) of Shropshire’s Parish Paths Partnerships (P3) programme - now one of a large number of volunteer groups that provide a vital contribution to the maintenance of public rights of way for County Council on a voluntary basis.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1054

www.clun.info/walking-in-clun.html

Visits to the Website434
Starting fromClun
Overview

'We are part of the national "Walkers are Welcome" towns network ... The Shropshire Way and Offa's Dyke can be reached easily from Clun as it is situated on the most imposing stretches of these long distance footpaths. Above Newcastle Upon Clun walkers can access the ancient pre Bronze Age Kerry Ridgeway which is also a Long Distance Footpath.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record704

www.theludlowguide.co.uk/out-about/Walking.html

Visits to the Website400
Starting fromLudlow
Overview

'Ludlow is surrounded by the gorgeous countryside of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Mortimer Forest, Mortimer Country and North Herefordshire. There are varied walks in all directions – along riversides, through forests, farmland and to ancient heritage sites such as hill forts and to the top of some impressive hills such as Titterstone Clee Hill which dominates the Ludlow skyline.'

Description from

The Ludlow Guide

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record602

www.muchwenlockguide.info/much_wenlock_walking/index.shtml

Visits to the Website326
Starting fromMuch Wenlock
Overview

'You have arrived at a very unique and special place! The Shropshire town of Much Wenlock is a quintessentially English town, off the beaten track, but well worth the visit ... There are lots of walks both in the town and in the surrounding beautiful Shropshire countryside, including the magnificent Wenlock Edge escarpment. Please explore and enjoy- then travel here for a real visit, we know you'll want to come back!'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record948

www.shropshirehillsaonb.co.uk/things-to-do/walking/

Visits to the Website524
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'What better way to enjoy the natural beauty of the Shropshire Hills than to go for a walk? It’s a great thing also for exercise (or relaxation), exploration (or revisiting a familiar place) and for company (or solitude)'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1286

www.visitbridgnorth.co.uk/walkingsearch.php

Visits to the Website250
Starting fromBridgnorth
Overview

'Search Bridgnorth & District Tourist Association online Walking database to find the best places to walk in Bridgnorth and find accommodation providers who have walking facilities on site or nearby.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record717

www.acrosswaleswalk.co.uk

Visits to the Website495
Distance (miles)45
Starting fromAnchor, near Clun
Overview

'For the last fifty years West Birmingham Hostelling Group and its successor, the Across Wales Walk Association, have organised the Across Wales Walk: an event now recognised as one of the regular classics of the challenge walking calendar ... The Across Wales Walk is open to both walkers and runners. Whilst we welcome those attempting completion in fast times, the event is not a race.' [And note the Section Across Wales Walk: The Hard Truth!] Usually held Early September.

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1087

www.baronatbucknell.co.uk/walking-in-shropshire/

Visits to the Website580
Starting fromThe Baron at Bucknell
Overview

'10 fabulous walks starting at The Baron at Bucknell'

Description from

Mike Star

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1297

www.bcring.co.uk

Visits to the Website543
Distance (miles)62
Starting fromBishop's Castle
Overview

'Long distance footpath encirling the historic market town of Bishop’s Castle, Shropshire. It was developed by local experienced walkers who live in Bishop’s Castle and who know the area intimately.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1181

www.bridgnorthguide.info/bridgnorth_tour/index.shtml

Visits to the Website375
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromBridgnorth
Overview

Stepping out in Bridgnorth!  'Initially this will be a level walk through the High Street of High Town with diversions for the fit and energetic by foot to Low Town, or for the less mobile a descent by the famous Bridgnorth Cliff Railway is recommended ...'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record731

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/carding-mill-valley-and-the-shropshire-hills

Visits to the Website203
Size (acreage)5000
Starting fromChurch Stretton
Overview

'Covering as much as 2,000 hectares (4,942 acres) of heather-covered hills with stunning views of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Welsh hills, this is an important place for wildlife, geology and archaeology. There are paths for walking, cycling and horse riding, you can even drive to the top of the hill to take in the views ...'

Walks described here by
See also

Picklescott & The Portway, Shropshire [Christopher Somerville]

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record496

www.churchstretton.co.uk/about-church-stretton/walking-and-biking-trails/

Visits to the Website336
Starting fromChurch Stretton
Overview

'We want you to enjoy the Shropshire Hills so here are some of our suggestions for a great day out either on foot, bike or horse! Walking can be fantastic in the winter too but please take a look at our top tips for winter walking to ensure you stay safe out on the Shropshire Hills.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record612

www.shropshiresgreatoutdoors.co.uk/route/the-corvdale-three-castles-walk/

Visits to the Website150
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromSwan Inn, Aston Munslow
Overview

'Takes you out into the beautiful Shropshire countryside in and around the Corvedale. Taking in points of interest on the way such as Bromcroft Castle, old Motte and Bailey site, Corfton Castle site, Old Chapels and Delbury Hall ... It is easily possible to use any number of public paths which cross the valley to shorten the walk and make a smaller loop.'

Walks described here by
County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record442

www.shropshiresgreatoutdoors.co.uk/walking/walking-with-offa/

Navigate the Website>>> WWO(14) [PDF]
Visits to the Website547
Distance (miles)7
Starting fromPontesbury
Overview

'Walk through woodland and meadows, and past relics of industry.'

Walks described here by
County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1177

www.earthheritagetrust.org/pub/category/the-geopark-way/

Visits to the Website399
Distance (miles)109
Starting fromBridgnorth
Overview

'The aims of the Geopark Way project were to establish a long distance Landscape and Geology walking trail through the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark, and to write and publish an accompanying trail guide. The project was conceived from the aspiration to highlight geology, landscape and associated heritage within the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark and to make these accessible to all.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1040

www.shropshiresgreatoutdoors.co.uk/horse-riding/jack-mytton-way/

Navigate the Website>>> Download PDFs
Visits to the Website597
Distance (miles)100
Starting fromCleobury Mortimer
Overview

'Shropshire's long distance bridleway (for use by those on foot, bicycle and horseback). Comprising over 100 miles of rural bridleways and quiet country lanes, this trail takes you through some of Shropshire's most beautiful and unspoilt countryside.'

Description from

Shropshire's Great Outdoors

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record2203

visitknighton.co.uk/things-to-do/walking/walks-and-maps/

Category:Montgomeryshire
Navigate the Website>>> Kerry Ridgeway [PDF]
Visits to the Website498
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromBishop's Castle
Overview

'This ancient path is 15 miles long, journeying from Cider House Farm, near the village of Kerry to Bishops Castle in England. It holds a long tradition as a trade and drovers’ route from Wales to the lowland English markets.' Note that the original Link from Powys Tourism seems to have disappeared: this is the most detailed description of the Walk I could find on a quick perusal.

Description from

Visit Knighton

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1139

www.walkingenglishman.com/midlands21.html

Visits to the Website457
Distance (miles)50
Starting fromChurch Stretton
Overview

The Long Mynd Hike (which in Welsh means Long Mountain) is a 50 mile competition hike open to anyone aged 18 or over which takes place over the first weekend of October every year. The hike follows a set figure-of-eight route over the rugged countryside of South Shropshire and the Welsh Marches, with about 8,000 feet (3,000 metres) of climbing and covering eight summits.'

Description from

Adam Gallimore

Walks described here by
County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1005

www.shropshiretourism.co.uk/about-shropshire/famous-folk/mary-webb.html

Visits to the Website471
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'The Magic of Mary Webb is a series of four trails devised to guide you to the places Mary Webb loved, along walks she did many times and to locations she wrote about. There was little that Mary Webb didn't know about the Shropshire countryside, its lanes, hills, valleys and meres, its wildlife and vegetation, its legends and folklore - and its people.'

Description from

Shropshire Tourism

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record898

www.gps-routes.co.uk/routes/home.nsf/RoutesLinksWalks/mortimer-trail-walking-rou...

Visits to the Website557
Distance (miles)30
Starting fromLudlow Castle, Ludlow
Overview

'This exceptionally lovely walk takes you through the beautiful Shropshire and Herefordshire countryside, from Ludlow to Kington.'

Walks described here by
County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1143

www.shropshiresgreatoutdoors.co.uk/walking/walking-with-offa/

Visits to the Website412
Starting fromAround and About Shropshire Hills AONB
Overview

'Hobsons Brewery is pleased to announce it has been commissioned by the Shropshire Hills AONB partnership to brew a special beer to promote the walking with Offa initiative. The Walking with Offa series of promoted pub walks have been delivered to support rural pubs in the Welsh-English borderlands. These walks showcase some of the spectacular views, history and wildlife of the Shropshire Hills.' Sadly, the beer is no longer available, but the Walking with Offa Pub Walks Booklet might still be available to buy. The booklet includes the original 12 walks, each with a route map, walk instructions and local information.

Walks described here by
See also

Hobsons Brewery

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1409

www.cmfa.co.uk/simonevansway.html

Visits to the Website299
Distance (miles)18
Starting fromCleobury Mortimer
Overview

'The pathway (18 miles approx.), which runs between Cleobury Mortimer and north of Stottesdon, is laid out in roughly a figure eight pattern intersecting at Detton Hall. The walk is planned, as a one day outing for experienced walkers, to include most of the Rea Valley farms mentioned in Simon Evans' books. Casual walkers should allow 2 days to fully enjoy this footpath.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record723

www.stottesdon-parish.org.uk

Visits to the Website340
Starting fromStottesdon
Overview

'Tucked away in rolling countryside below Clee Hill, Stottesdon & Sidbury parish is one of Shropshire's best kept secrets. Stotty Stroll circular walks guide you around secret places, sights and sounds not accessible by car, and finish near our village pubs. A perfect day out!' Unfortunately at the time of Review the original Link used here could not be reached; so I have replaced it with a more generic Link.

Description from

'The Stotty Strolls project has been realised thanks to funding from a range of organizations.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1345

www.shropshiresgreatoutdoors.co.uk/route/three-trees-walk-long-route/

Navigate the Website>>> Three Woods Walk [PDF]
Visits to the Website471
Distance (miles)7
Starting fromShropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Craven Arms
Overview

'Within 5 minutes walk from the Secret Hills Centre you will find yourself in the heart of the countryside. Explore the woods and fields and discover a Civil War battlefield, a hidden fortress, a deer park and a Roman road!' Note that the outline description has become theThree Trees Walk though the PDF is still the Three Woods Walk.

Walks described here by
County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record930

www.bishopscastle.co.uk/tourism/walking/

Visits to the Website310
Starting fromBishop's Castle and Clun
Overview

'Bishop's Castle and Clun are excellent centres for exploring the unspoilt hill country of the area – most of it in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Well way marked paths go through many of the hillside and valley villages of the Rivers Clun and Upper Onny, making walking straight from the towns and villages a real pleasure ... Both towns are on Shropshire Way, a short distance from the Offa's Dyke Path, a national trail, and near the pre-bronze age Kerry Ridgeway. The Jack Mytton Bridleway goes through Clun and near to Bishop's Castle.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record710

www.muchwenlockguide.info/wenlock-rural-walks/index.shtml

Visits to the Website263
Starting fromMuch Wenlock
Overview

'The Wenlock Walks are five short circular walks which start at the clock tower in Much Wenlock square, opposite the Guildhall and the Museum. None of them is more than 5km, and each one can be walked in two hours or less. Each walk takes you out of the town and into our glorious countryside. They can get muddy so you'll need strong shoes, but once you've walked all these you'll want to walk some more !'

Description from

Virtual Shropshire

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record650

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