WALKING IN SHROPSHIRE
Shropshire is a county that was made for walking: with a quarter of the county designated as the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this is a wonderful county to explore on foot.
As Much Wenlock’s name suggests, it sits at the base of the historic escarpment that is Wenlock Edge, which offers wonderful walking. Just a little further afield, within half an hour’s drive, you will find the majestic Long Mynd and Carding Mill Valley and beyond that the Welsh Marches, Offa’s Dyke and Oswestry Hill Fort.
If you want easier walking in Shropshire with equally stupendous views, you may choose to stroll along the Llangollen Canal with its famous and dramatic aqueducts at Chirk and Pontcyslite.
For more information on walking in Shropshire why not go to the Shropshire Walking web site. The Shropshire Walking web site also features a number of walks starting in Much Wenlock.
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