Area: Shropshire

'Shropshire has over 3,500 miles of rights of way. A quarter of the county is designated as the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so our long distance routes run through some of the most beautiful and varied landscapes you will find anywhere in Britain ... But it's not all long distance walks, we have some of the best circular walks in the Country.'

Category Shropshire
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1341
Views of 'Full' Record2020

'If you're looking for a breath of fresh air and to stretch your legs we've got the perfect walk route for you. We've got four permanent walks through our grounds ranging from the pushchair and wheelchair accessible Mile Walk to our longest walk the Woodland Walk (three miles). Pick up a Walks Leaflet with a map of all our routes from Visitor Reception next time you visit.'

Category Shrewsbury
Starting fromAttingham
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website624
Views of 'Full' Record2434

'On Saturday 21st of July 1403 a rebel army led by Sir Henry "Hotspur" Percy and the Royal army of Henry IV met. The Battle that followed was to be remembered by its ferocity ...' Note that I have replaced the original Link.

Category Shrewsbury
Starting fromBattlefield Enterprise Park
Description from

Visit Shrewsbury

Visits to the Website835
Views of 'Full' Record2148

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromBishop's Castle
Visits to the Website583
Views of 'Full' Record1173
Starting fromBishop's Castle
Visits to the Website780
Views of 'Full' Record1468

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromDitton Priors
Visits to the Website518
Views of 'Full' Record1127
Starting fromChurch Stretton
Visits to the Website748
Views of 'Full' Record1587

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromCleobury Mortimer
Visits to the Website976
Views of 'Full' Record1797

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromClun
Visits to the Website908
Views of 'Full' Record1318

'After years of neglect the magical landscape was lovingly restored and reopened in 1993. Parts of the park and the main walking routes contain several flights of steps, some natural ones carved into rock and some man made wooden ones – these can be slippery when wet.'

Category North Shropshire
Size (acreage)100
Starting fromHawkstone Park Shropshire
Description from

Hawkstone Park Follies

See also

Hawkstone Park [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

Visits to the Website584
Views of 'Full' Record1480
Starting fromThe Gorge
Description from

Ironbridge Walking Group

Visits to the Website888
Views of 'Full' Record1434

'Our members belong to the LDWA who live along the Welsh Marches and in the English Counties of Shropshire and Herefordshire.'

Category Shropshire
Visits to the Website744
Views of 'Full' Record1421

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromLudlow
Description from

The Ludlow Guide

Visits to the Website839
Views of 'Full' Record1268

'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!'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromMuch Wenlock
Visits to the Website742
Views of 'Full' Record1617

'Shrewsbury is fortunate to have its own beautiful, 29-acre parkland known as The Quarry ... The Quarry has been our most important site for recreation since the 16th Century. It is the perfect place to relax, enjoy walks, picnic, fish along the banks of the River Severn, or just let off steam.'

Size (acreage)29
Starting fromQuarry Park
Description from

Shropshire Tourism

Visits to the Website820
Views of 'Full' Record1364

Details of Groups, Walks, Footpaths, and so on within the Shropshire area.

Category Shropshire
Visits to the Website626
Views of 'Full' Record1195

Have published 20 Walks in and around Shrewsbury: 'This popular book is in full colour with easy to follow directions and good maps. The 20 walks include features of architectural, historical or geological interest. At £4.99 post free it is ideal for families and for visitors to the Shrewsbury area.'

Category Shrewsbury
Starting fromShrewsbury
Visits to the Website1008
Views of 'Full' Record1935

'New members are always welcome. Just come along to one of our monthly meetings, where our Groups Co-ordinator will be in the seating area outside the entrance to the Walker Theatre from 9.45 am onwards. He will help you with any information or enquiries about our existing groups or about the U3A in general. A prospective member may attend one monthly meeting and/or one study group meeting, before deciding whether to join.'

Category Shrewsbury
Starting fromAround and About
Visits to the Website874
Views of 'Full' Record2794

'Shropshire boasts many Walkers are Welcome towns, so you know that hospitality is assured whether you're on a day trip or a longer holiday. All of the towns work hard to maintain their surrounding footpaths, to offer excellent walking opportunities and to provide high quality walking information for both locals and visitors.'

Category Shropshire
Navigate the Website>>> Shropshire Brochure [PDF]
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website698
Views of 'Full' Record1217

'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)'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromAround and About
Visits to the Website991
Views of 'Full' Record2214

'SYR is a group of like minded people in their 20s and 30s who enjoy the great outdoors. We welcome new members at any time but before joining we request that you come along to one of our walks. We often do "new member walks" which are typically relatively short and easy but if you already do some walking then feel free to along to one of our regular walks.'

Category Shropshire
Visits to the Website637
Views of 'Full' Record1129

'Links to view details, maps and leaflets of walks in and around the borough of Telford and Wrekin.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Navigate the Website>>> Walking Routes
Starting fromAround and About
Visits to the Website720
Views of 'Full' Record1341

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromBridgnorth
Visits to the Website640
Views of 'Full' Record1370

'Shropshire Walks to download and print FREE !' ALERT At Review, this Website was inaccessible.

Category Shropshire
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website589
Views of 'Full' Record1120

'This page has been prepared by Wellington Walkers are Welcome Management Committee. This is an ad hoc group of interested local walkers. We are not a party political organisation; we have supporters of a range of political parties, and none, on our management committee who work effectively together. The inspiration for the group came from a combination of Wellington LA21 Group and Wellington Town Council without whose help this would not have been possible.'

Category North Shropshire
Starting fromWellington
Visits to the Website1054
Views of 'Full' Record1736
Starting fromWellington
Visits to the Website815
Views of 'Full' Record1200

'Formed in 1976 by a group of local people interested in walking and the protection of local footpaths ... The Whitchurch Walkers have produced a walks booklet which contains details of 5 walks starting at the Whitchurch Heritage Centre of varying lengths from 2 to 8 miles. This can be purchased from the Heritage Centre for £1.50.'

Category North Shropshire
Starting fromWhitchurch
Visits to the Website842
Views of 'Full' Record1444
Starting fromWhitchurch
Description from

Whitchurch Walkers

Visits to the Website787
Views of 'Full' Record1363

'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.

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)45
Starting fromAnchor, near Clun
Visits to the Website958
Views of 'Full' Record2134
Starting fromThe Baron at Bucknell
Description from

Mike Star

Visits to the Website990
Views of 'Full' Record2331

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)62
Starting fromBishop's Castle
Visits to the Website810
Views of 'Full' Record2238

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 ...'

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromBridgnorth
Visits to the Website812
Views of 'Full' Record1462

'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 ...'

Category South Shropshire
Size (acreage)5000
Starting fromChurch Stretton
Walks described here by
See also

Picklescott & The Portway, Shropshire [Christopher Somerville]

Visits to the Website728
Views of 'Full' Record1239

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromChurch Stretton
Visits to the Website665
Views of 'Full' Record1218

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromSwan Inn, Aston Munslow
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website434
Views of 'Full' Record1311

'Darwin was born at Mount House in Shrewsbury on 12th February 1809 and spent the first 27 years of his life in the town. Darwin's early life inspired his fascination with the natural world leading to his theories of evolution. Much of Shrewsbury remains unchanged since Darwin's time, indeed he would still recognise much of town ... '

Distance (miles)3
Starting fromDarwin Gate
Description from

Darwin's Shrewsbury

Visits to the Website873
Views of 'Full' Record1534

'The Dawley Trail is a self-guided heritage walk which aims to bring alive much of the parish's rich history and culture. On the ground is a wealth of surviving buildings, artefacts, and often humble commemorations to an era of industrial enterprise, as well as the lives of important local characters ... '

Category Telford & Wrekin
Starting fromDawley
Description from

Dawley Heritage

Visits to the Website802
Views of 'Full' Record1295

'The Trail provides visitors with a free and gentle tour of Ellesmere (mostly accessible by wheelchair and pushchair) taking in the uniquely attractive settings of the mere, the historic castle fields and canal.'

Category North Shropshire
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromEllesmere
Visits to the Website951
Views of 'Full' Record3418
Navigate the Website>>> WWO(14) [PDF]
Distance (miles)7
Starting fromPontesbury
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website953
Views of 'Full' Record1940

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)109
Starting fromBridgnorth
Visits to the Website635
Views of 'Full' Record2124

Route 'devised to cover, as near as possible, all of the counties and areas served by Hope House Children’s Respite Hospice, a registered charity situated near Oswestry'.

The book The Hope House Way: a 335-mile Walk Around Shropshire, the Marches and Mid Wales for Hope House Children's Hospices by Mark Rowlands and published by the Rotary Club of Wrekin should be obtainable second-hand.

Category North Shropshire
Navigate the Website>>> List of Paths >>> Hope House Way
Distance (miles)345
Starting fromWellington
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website878
Views of 'Full' Record1827

'Route linking Wellington to Newport via Telford Town Centre.  Historical and natural features are linked with the modern developments which have created the interesting mosaic that  this distinctive local area.The route is based on a mixture of public rights of way, lanes, trackways through open spaces and paved footpaths providing the opportunity to explore many interesting places.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Navigate the Website>>> Hutchinson Way - A Guided Walk [PDF]
Distance (miles)19
Starting fromWellington
Description from

Telford & Wrekin Council

Visits to the Website710
Views of 'Full' Record2340

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Navigate the Website>>> Download PDFs
Distance (miles)100
Starting fromCleobury Mortimer
Description from

Shropshire's Great Outdoors

Visits to the Website879
Views of 'Full' Record3973

'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.

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromBishop's Castle
Description from

Visit Knighton

Visits to the Website1191
Views of 'Full' Record2115

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.'

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)50
Starting fromChurch Stretton
Description from

Adam Gallimore

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1035
Views of 'Full' Record1895

'Discover Madeley's hidden historical gems on this self-guided trail.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromMadeley
Description from

Madeley Local Studies Group

Visits to the Website648
Views of 'Full' Record1283

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Shropshire Tourism

Visits to the Website895
Views of 'Full' Record1701

'Walking or cycling along the towpath is an excellent way to experience the peace and tranquility of this rural canal. This is also a popular canal for canoeing – paddling quietly through peaceful green surroundings is a great way to spot wildlife.'

Category North Shropshire
Distance (miles)35
Starting fromFrankton Junction
Walks described here by
See also

Montgomery Canal [Canal & River Trust] | Montgomery Canal [Wikipedia]

Visits to the Website894
Views of 'Full' Record2030

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

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)30
Starting fromLudlow Castle, Ludlow
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1004
Views of 'Full' Record1928

'Delightful and challenging 33-mile route combining Offa’s Dyke Path and the Montgomery and Llangollen canals to form a circular walk around the border town of Oswestry. The guide book and annual challenge to complete the route are in support of Cancer Research UK and Lingen Davies Cancer Fund.'

Category North Shropshire
Distance (miles)33
Starting fromOswestry
Visits to the Website412
Views of 'Full' Record1215

'The route follows the Shropshire Union Railway for 2.5 miles. The Railway was opened in 1849 and ran from Wellington to Stafford.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Navigate the Website>>> Perry Way - cycling and walking route [PDF]
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromHaybridge Industrial Estate
Description from

Telford & Wrekin Council

Visits to the Website687
Views of 'Full' Record1471

'In 1999, the late Mr John Slater, a long time resident of Ketley created a circular walk around the parishes of Ketley and Lawley & Overdale. Mr Slater had a keen interest in local history and created the route on which historical points of interest relating to the Ironmasters, Richard and William Reynolds would be identified.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Navigate the Website>>> Reynolds Way - A Guided Walk [PDF]
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromMossey Green Lane, Ketley
Description from

Telford & Wrekin Council

Visits to the Website775
Views of 'Full' Record1488

Map and list of buildings for the Town Trail. Copies of the 27-page booklet itself are available from the Civic Society at Bear Steps.

Category Shrewsbury
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Shrewsbury Civic Society

Visits to the Website719
Views of 'Full' Record1650

'Shropshire's Outdoor Recreation Team manages approximately 5500km of public footpaths, bridleways, byways open to all traffic (BOATs) and restricted byways (RBs). These form a network of routes which run between villages, lead to and from towns, and provide access to the countryside. The Outdoor Recreation Team manage these routes to ensure that they're open and clearly signed on the ground, recorded at the correct status and available on the correct line ...'

Category Shropshire
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website479
Views of 'Full' Record2588

'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.

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromAround and About Shropshire Hills AONB
Walks described here by
See also

Hobsons Brewery

Visits to the Website939
Views of 'Full' Record3976

'We offer opportunities to volunteers to help us manage the 5500 kms of Public Rights of Way within the County ... The P3 scheme began in the early 1990’s and has thrived ever since, there are now some 60 groups carrying out thousands of hours of work each year.'

Category Shropshire
Description from

Shropshire's Great Outdoors

Visits to the Website602
Views of 'Full' Record1419

'If you wanted to know about the best walks in Shropshire who would you ask? We asked the real experts The local walkers. The individuals and groups, historians, lovers of flora and fauna, the volunteers who look after the stiles, bridges and paths: all have contributed. The result is the Shropshire Way. Not only the finest route around the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, but also the best possible set of day walks ...

Category North Shropshire
Distance (miles)139
Starting fromBridges
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website849
Views of 'Full' Record1875

'A green corridor route through Telford from Bratton in the north-west corner via the Town Centre to the spectacular Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site. The route boasts great contrasts with futuristic new developments, pockets of woodland and meadow and mature parkland. For almost its entire length the route follows dry canal beds and disused railway lines.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Navigate the Website>>> Silkin Way - Cycling and Walking Route [PDF]
Distance (miles)14
Starting fromBratton
Description from

Telford & Wrekin Council

See also

Silkin Way [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes] | Telford to Ironbridge Gorge [Sustrans]

Visits to the Website978
Views of 'Full' Record3730

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)18
Starting fromCleobury Mortimer
Visits to the Website786
Views of 'Full' Record1640

'Waymarked long-distance footpath which starts in Grindley Brook, Shropshire, passes through Cheshire, and finishes at Mow Cop, Staffordshire ... It links the South ends of the Sandstone Trail and the Gritstone Trail.'

Category North Shropshire
Distance (miles)34
Starting fromGrindley Brook
Description from


See also

Long Distance Footpaths [Mid-Cheshire Footpath Society] | South Cheshire Way [Richard Jarvis]

Visits to the Website736
Views of 'Full' Record2065

'Circular walking route that takes you on a journey around known, and lesser known, heritage sites within the Parishes of Stirchley & Brookside, Madeley, Dawley Hamlets and the Gorge.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromMalinslee Chapel, Telford Town Park
See also

South Telford Way [South Telford Rights of Way Project (STROWP)]

Visits to the Website763
Views of 'Full' Record2545

'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.

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromStottesdon
Description from

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

Visits to the Website694
Views of 'Full' Record2505

'The most spectacular Shropshire walk with fantastic woodland and views to rival those of many higher mountains.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Navigate the Website>>> The Wrekin and the Ercall
Distance (miles)9
Starting fromLawrence Hill Car Park
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1405
Views of 'Full' Record4365

'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. ALERT Details of this Walk no longer seems directly accessible from the Shropshire' Great Outdoors Website; so I have changed the Link.

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)7
Starting fromShropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Craven Arms
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website914
Views of 'Full' Record1631

'Why not park your car and explore the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site by foot or bicycle? This Leaflet describes a variety of walks and cycle rides from each of the main car parks in the Gorge.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Navigate the Website>>> The Gorge - Cycling and Walking Route [PDF]
Starting fromIronbridge Gorge
Description from

Telford & Wrekin Council

Visits to the Website613
Views of 'Full' Record1495

A Guide which 'will take you to 12 wonderful places to explore across Shropshire. Each one provides its own rewards: superb views, wonderful wildlife and fascinating buildings and features from Shropshire's past will be yours to discover. The sites are listed in order of accessibility. The ones at the front of the guide are considered the most accessible. The sites towards the back are more challenging ...'

Category Shropshire
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website831
Views of 'Full' Record1761

'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.'

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromBishop's Castle and Clun
Visits to the Website679
Views of 'Full' Record1360

'Commemorate the effects of World War 1 on the homefront by partaking in our specially created World War 1 Shropshire Walk routes. Use the Map ... to see a leaflet for that particular route - each walk has been numbered.'

Category Shropshire
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website663
Views of 'Full' Record1518

'Spans the width of the County for 65 kilometres from Newport in the west to Burton upon Trent in the east. Unlike the Staffordshire Way, the Way for the Millennium, which follows a disused railway line and canal towpaths for much of its length, has no steep gradients and is suitable for people of any age.'

Category North Shropshire
Distance (miles)40
Starting fromNewport
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website954
Views of 'Full' Record1581

'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 !' ALERT New Links provided.

Category South Shropshire
Starting fromMuch Wenlock
Description from

Visit Much Wenlock

Visits to the Website646
Views of 'Full' Record1294

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  67. Carmarthenshire
  68. Castle Morpeth
  69. Castle Point
  70. Causeway Coast Glens
  71. Central Bedfordshire
  72. Ceredigion
  73. Charnwood
  74. Chelmsford
  75. Cheltenham
  76. Cherwell
  77. Cheshire East
  78. Cheshire West and Chester
  79. Chesterfield
  80. Chichester
  81. Chiltern
  82. Chorley
  83. Christchurch
  84. City of Aberdeen
  85. City of Dundee
  86. City of Edinburgh
  87. City of Glasgow
  88. City of London
  89. Clackmannanshire
  90. Colchester
  91. Comhairle nan Eilean Siar
  92. Conwy
  93. Copeland
  94. Corby
  95. Cotswold
  96. County Durham
  97. Coventry
  98. Craven
  99. Crawley
  100. Croydon
  101. Dacorum
  102. Darlington
  103. Dartford
  104. Daventry
  105. Denbighshire
  106. Derby (City)
  107. Derbyshire Dales
  108. Derry City Strabane
  109. Doncaster
  110. Dover
  111. Dudley
  112. Dumfriesshire
  113. Ealing
  114. East Ayrshire
  115. East Cambridgeshire
  116. East Cornwall
  117. East Devon
  118. East Dorset
  119. East Dunbartonshire
  120. East Hampshire
  121. East Hertfordshire
  122. East Lindsey
  123. East Lothian
  124. East Northamptonshire
  125. East Renfrewshire
  126. East Riding of Yorkshire
  127. East Staffordshire
  128. Eastbourne
  129. Eastleigh
  130. Eden
  131. Elmbridge
  132. Enfield
  133. Epping Forest
  134. Epsom Ewell
  135. Erewash
  136. Exeter
  137. Falkirk
  138. Fareham
  139. Fenland
  140. Fermanagh Omagh
  141. Fife
  142. Flintshire
  143. Forest Heath
  144. Forest of Dean
  145. Fylde
  146. Gateshead
  147. Gedling
  148. Gloucester (City)
  149. Gosport
  150. Gravesham
  151. Great Yarmouth
  152. Greenwich
  153. Guildford
  154. Hackney
  155. Halton
  156. Hambleton
  157. Hammersmith Fulham
  158. Harborough
  159. Haringey
  160. Harlow
  161. Harrogate
  162. Harrow
  163. Hart (Hampshire)
  164. Hartlepool
  165. Hastings
  166. Havant
  167. Havering
  168. Hereford (City)
  169. Hertsmere
  170. High Peak
  171. Hillingdon
  172. Hinckley Bosworth
  173. Horsham
  174. Hounslow
  175. Huntingdonshire
  176. Hyndburn
  177. Inverclyde
  178. Inverness-shire
  179. Ipswich
  180. Isle of Anglesey
  181. Isle of Man
  182. Isle of Wight
  183. Isles of Scilly
  184. Islington
  185. Kennet
  186. Kensington Chelsea
  187. Kettering
  188. Kincardineshire
  189. King's Lynn and West Norfolk
  190. Kingston upon Hull
  191. Kingston upon Thames
  192. Kinross-shire
  193. Kirkcudbrightshire
  194. Kirklees
  195. Knowsley
  196. Lambeth
  197. Lancaster
  198. Leeds
  199. Leicester (City)
  200. Lewes
  201. Lewisham
  202. Lichfield
  203. Lincoln (City)
  204. Lisburn Castlereagh
  205. Liverpool
  206. Luton
  207. Maidstone
  208. Maldon
  209. Malvern Hills
  210. Manchester
  211. Mansfield
  212. Medway
  213. Melton
  214. Mendip
  215. Merioneth
  216. Merthyr Tydfil
  217. Merton
  218. Mid Devon
  219. Mid East Antrim
  220. Mid Suffolk
  221. Mid Sussex
  222. Mid Ulster
  223. Middlesbrough
  224. Midlothian
  225. Milton Keynes
  226. Mole Valley
  227. Monmouthshire
  228. Montgomeryshire
  229. Moray
  230. Nairnshire
  231. Neath Port Talbot
  232. New Forest
  233. Newark Sherwood
  234. Newcastle upon Tyne
  235. Newcastle-under-Lyme
  236. Newham
  237. Newport
  238. Newry Mourne Down
  239. North Ayrshire
  240. North Devon
  241. North Dorset
  242. North Down Ards
  243. North East Derbyshire
  244. North East Lincolnshire
  245. North Herefordshire
  246. North Hertfordshire
  247. North Kesteven
  248. North Lanarkshire
  249. North Lincolnshire
  250. North Norfolk
  251. North Shropshire
  252. North Somerset
  253. North Tyneside
  254. North Warwickshire
  255. North West Leicestershire
  256. North Wiltshire
  257. Northampton (Borough)
  258. Norwich
  259. Nottingham
  260. Nuneaton Bedworth
  261. Oadby Wigston
  262. Oldham
  263. Orkney Islands
  264. Oxford (City)
  265. Peeblesshire
  266. Pembrokeshire
  267. Pendle
  268. Perthshire
  269. Peterborough
  270. Plymouth
  271. Poole
  272. Portsmouth
  273. Preston
  274. Purbeck
  275. Radnorshire
  276. Reading
  277. Redbridge
  278. Redcar Cleveland
  279. Redditch
  280. Reigate Banstead
  281. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  282. Ribble Valley
  283. Richmond upon Thames
  284. Richmondshire
  285. Rochdale
  286. Rochford
  287. Ross-shire Cromartyshire
  288. Rossendale
  289. Rother (Sussex)
  290. Rotherham
  291. Roxburghshire
  292. Rugby
  293. Runnymede
  294. Rushcliffe
  295. Rushmoor
  296. Rutland
  297. Ryedale
  298. Salford
  299. Salisbury
  300. Sandwell
  301. Scarborough
  302. Sedgemoor
  303. Sefton
  304. Selby
  305. Selkirkshire
  306. Sevenoaks
  307. Sheffield
  308. Shepway
  309. Shetland Islands
  310. Shrewsbury
  311. Slough
  312. Solihull
  313. South Ayrshire
  314. South Bucks
  315. South Cambridgeshire
  316. South Derbyshire
  317. South Gloucestershire
  318. South Hams
  319. South Herefordshire
  320. South Holland
  321. South Kesteven
  322. South Lakeland
  323. South Lanarkshire
  324. South Norfolk
  325. South Northamptonshire
  326. South Oxfordshire
  327. South Ribble
  328. South Shropshire
  329. South Somerset
  330. South Staffordshire
  331. South Tyneside
  332. Southampton
  333. Southend-on-Sea
  334. Southwark
  335. Spelthorne
  336. St Albans
  337. St Edmundsbury
  338. St Helens
  339. Stafford (Borough)
  340. Staffordshire Moorlands
  341. Stevenage
  342. Stirling
  343. Stockport
  344. Stockton-on-Tees
  345. Stoke-on-Trent
  346. Stratford-on-Avon
  347. Stroud
  348. Suffolk Coastal
  349. Sunderland
  350. Surrey Heath
  351. Sutherland
  352. Sutton
  353. Swale
  354. Swansea
  355. Swindon
  356. Tameside
  357. Tamworth
  358. Tandridge
  359. Taunton Deane
  360. Teignbridge
  361. Telford Wrekin
  362. Tendring
  363. Test Valley
  364. Tewkesbury
  365. Thanet
  366. The Scottish Borders
  367. The Vale of Glamorgan
  368. Three Rivers
  369. Thurrock
  370. Tonbridge Malling
  371. Torbay
  372. Torfaen
  373. Torridge
  374. Tower Hamlets
  375. Trafford
  376. Tunbridge Wells
  377. Tynedale
  378. Uttlesford
  379. Vale of White Horse
  380. Wakefield
  381. Walsall
  382. Waltham Forest
  383. Wandsworth
  384. Warrington
  385. Warwick (District)
  386. Watford
  387. Waveney
  388. Waverley
  389. Wealden
  390. Wellingborough
  391. Welwyn Hatfield
  392. West Berkshire
  393. West Cornwall
  394. West Devon
  395. West Dorset
  396. West Dunbartonshire
  397. West Lancashire
  398. West Lindsey
  399. West Lothian
  400. West Oxfordshire
  401. West Somerset
  402. West Wiltshire
  403. Westminster
  404. Weymouth Portland
  405. Wigan
  406. Wigtownshire
  407. Winchester
  408. Windsor Maidenhead
  409. Wirral
  410. Woking (Surrey)
  411. Wokingham
  412. Wolverhampton
  413. Worcester
  414. Wrexham
  415. Wychavon
  416. Wycombe
  417. Wyre (Lancashire)
  418. Wyre Forest
  419. York (City)

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