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South Shropshire

'Our first Festival was held in 2000 with six walks each day. That first year the Shropshire Hills showed us just how wet it could be but everybody enjoyed the challenge and a number came back the ...
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'There is no quieter place to be in the early hours of a summer's day than the Long Mynd and the Stretton Hills. So why not forget for a while the hustle and bustle of your everyday world and disco ...
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'Over the last 20+ years we have been successful in developing over 300 miles of footpath routes into 50 circular walks starting from the Town Centre and, more recently, from other local centres. I ...
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'Whether you want an easy 1-3 mile amble, a 4-6 mile hill walk or the challenge of a full day's hill walking, we hope the guides that can be downloaded from this website give you a good introductio ...
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'Given Ludlow's reputation for fine food why not plan a route which takes in a country pub or café en route. Or plan a meal back in Ludlow after your energetic walk. You could also put together a d ...
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'Nominally the route is 45 miles long from the English border at Anchor near Clun in Shropshire, to the Welsh coast at Clarach Bay near Aberystwyth. How long it takes is up to you ... the average c ...
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[1] Bucknell Hill (1¾ miles) - - - : [2] Mynd-Darky Dale-Bucknell Hill (5½ miles) - - - : [3] Bucknell Hill (4¾ miles) with optional extension to Hopton Titterhill (7½ miles) - - - : [4] Bucknell W ...
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'Bishop’s Castle is in the heart of a beautiful walking area of the South Shropshire Hills, bordering an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, between Ludlow and Shrewsbury. The walk is divided into ...
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'We shall start our walk at Northgate. This was once part of the extensive castle grounds and housed the main population around the12th-13th centuries. We will then head towards The Castle and Gard ...
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'Experience the wonders of the Shropshire Hills. Breath taking walks along hundreds of miles of accessible well maintained paths and tracks. Go forth and venture one step at a time. "Fabulous", exh ...
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'Meandering its way for 109 miles through the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark from Bridgnorth to Gloucester, the Geopark Way passes through stunning countryside as it explores 700 milli ...
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The Jack Mytton Way was 'named after Jack Mytton (1796–1834) a Shropshire landowner, MP, horseman, foxhunter, gambler and Regency rake. He was also known as Mad Jack'. [Wikipedia 1 ...
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'The route follows a ridge top overlooking Wales on the one side and England on the other. It never dips below 1000 ft above sea level, resulting in remarkable views in all directions, up to 70 mil ...
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NOTE especially that this is an example of a Challenge Hike: 'Q 'Can you give me a detailed route of the hike, or a GPS download for the route, and recomm ...
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'The walk begins at the splendid, medieval Ludlow Castle in Shropshire and heads towards Aymestrey, crossing the River Teme before passing through Haye Park Wood and Deer Park. This section also vi ...
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'The stunning scenery of the Shropshire Hills AONB includes the craggy Stiperstones and Wrekin, Wenlock Edge and the Clee Hills, the wide open spaces and hidden valleys of the Long Mynd, a ...
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'The 12 pub walks start or include a number of rural and town pubs in the rural west of the Shropshire Hills. The walks utilise pub or public car parks and walkers are encouraged to buy food and/or ...
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'Simon Evans, the postman writer of Cleobury Mortimer, was born in 1895 at Tynyfedu, Wales and came to this area to relieve respiratory injuries sustained when gassed during the First Worl ...
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'The earthworks of Norton Camp,an Iron Age hill fort of about 300 BC, crown the summit. The camp is renowned for the double rampart and ditch of its defences. Archaeological evidence from ...
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Full details of about fifty routes around and about Bridgnorth: Type of Route; Route Description; View Leaflet; Time/Distance; Difficulty.


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'Bishop's Castle and Clun are Walkers are Welcome towns, two of six in the Shropshire Hills, and a special effort is made to ensure public footpaths are in good order.'


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'The walks are the result of three years hard work by the Wenlock Footpaths Group volunteers, working in conjunction with Shropshire Council and Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership.'


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