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Private guided walking in  Ironbridge.

World heritage site.

Ironbridge Gorge.

World heritage site, birthplace of industry and a lovely area to walk. 


Wooded glades, the river Severn, industrial history and archeology, the Ironbridge Gorge is a great place to walk and explore.

The iconic 'Iron Bridge', recently refurbished by English Heritage is at the canter of the Gorge, with the museum sites upstream and down. The historic Buildwas Abbey sits at the upstream end of the gorge, with Much Wenlock close by. At the lower end of the Gorge is Coalport and the Woodbridge pub.

Lining the river and gorge are a series of museums and industrial heritage sites, woodlands and riverside pathways.

Just a few of my favourites: 

  1. "Severn Way" Heading North to Buildwas Abbey, and returning via Benthal Woods.
  2. "Severn Gorge" Walking the Gorge, taking in both sides of the river, lots of museum sites and the famous Iron Bridge.
  3. "The Gorge to Much Wenlock". - Wooded glades, Shropshire country side and tea and cake at one of Wenlocks tea shops. 

FAQs

1

Is it for me?

Of course. We can optimise the route and timings to suit you.   

2

Where and when?

Meet in the Ironbridge george.

3

What do I need,  Kit list  ?

In the gorge we are never that far from civilisation but weather is never guaranteed and some of the paths are unpaved. Sensible walking shoes, waterproof jacket, and maybe waterproofs in case of rain. A pack for water and snacks, sun glasses, sunscreen and extra layer just in case.